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Architecture and the Built Environment (ABE)

Welcome to the internal pages for the employees at School of Architecture and the Built Environment (ABE). Note that the menu for KTH's common intranet can be found in the header.

ABE reform agenda

‘We will continue our efforts to create an attractive, equal and inclusive workplace’

KTH's schools have each developed a reform agenda that replaces the school's traditional operational plan and is an integral part of KTH's overall operational plan. Head of School Björn Berggren explains what the ABE School aims to achieve in the coming years.

Doctoral students

Academic Productivity and Sustainable Work Methods - workshops for doctoral students Autumn 2024

The ABE school is pleased to offer a series of workshops for doctoral students from all KTH's schools wishing to enhance their skills in academic productivity, writing and sustainable working methods.

During the autumn of 2024, three groups will be meeting for a series of three interconnected workshops to acquire useful tools in these areas, while sharing experiences of academic life with each other in an interactive learning environment.

Apply for funding

New opportunity to apply for funding for teacher exchange, teacher development and programme and course development! 

In 2024, the ABE School's teachers and Programme Directors, through the respective department's Head of Department, are given the opportunity to apply for funds for teacher exchange and teacher development GRU, as well as for programme and course development GRU. 

Read more about the calls and how to submit proposals:

Do you want to be involved in the development of the school's educational programmes?

The ABE School is looking for a Deputy Director of First and Second Cycle Education for a new development assignment!

A large part of the assignment involves conducting a review of the School's educational offerings (initially advanced level) with the aim of proposing which advanced level programmes the School should offer. The assignment also involves, among other things, coordinating and following up the school's designated development projects within the Future of Education.

Deadline for nominations or expressions of interest is 20 June 2024.

Safety and crisis management - important phone numbers and checklists

112 (SOS Alarm)

to reach ambulance, police, emergency services / fire brigade, poison information, on-call doctor.

KTH's Emergency number 08-790 77 00

for urgent events such as serious accidents, threats and fire occuring at KTH premises or affecting KTH.

Safety and security at KTH

We have a shared responsibility for a safer workplace. Safety and Security at KTH provides you with checklists on acting if there is an accident or other serious incident at KTH.

Checklists - accident or other serious incident

In case of emergency

The Head of School has overall responsibility for crisis support for employees and students at ABE. Most crisis situations are handled at the ABE school locally by management and HR staff. In major crisis situations, KTH's central key support functions are also available.

Safety and crisis management ABE


There are several benefits to digital meetings. The ABE school has access to a number of travel-free meeting and conference options, such as web, video or telephone conferences. The ABE school has an agreement with KTH IT regarding support with AV equipment in the school's conference room. 

Here you can find information about the equipment for distance meetings available at the ABE school, which rooms are equipped for distance meetings and the size of each room.