Principles of Social Ecological Design: Case Study Albano Campus, Stockholm

Stephan Barthel, Johan Colding, Hanna Erixon, Henrik Ernstson, Sara Grahn, Carl Kärsten, Lars Marcus, Jonas Torsvall

Research output: Book/ReportBook


Incorporating ecosystem services and resilience thinking in the detailed urban planning framework of Stockholm is an important step in providing design solutions for the city's aim of ecosystem based urban transformation. The content of this book was originally produces as a sustainability vision - Q book 4, Sustainability'- for Stockholm's future campus area Albano. This work has ignited new interdisciplinary research that aims for deeper scientific support fot the practice proposed in this vision. At the same time, the vision is already being implemented and we naturally consider Albano Campus to be an important case-example for a more substantiated shift towards social-ecological urbanism.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationStockholm
PublisherSchool of Architecture and the Built Environment
Number of pages117
ISBN (Print)9789175018782
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Publication series



  • Urban design
  • architecture
  • ecosystem services
  • institutions
  • social-ecological resilience
  • urban form
  • urban planning


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