Smart Housing: The future we (never) intended

Adriana de La Peña Espinosa New Publication housing, intersectionality, smart cities

Carina Listerborn and Fredrik Torisson contributed with a piece titled Smart Housing: The future we (never) intended to the SLU Urban Futures project Urban Voices, as part of the theme Critical Perspectives on Sustainable Urban Development.  

Urban Voices is a project that aims to share different perspectives of the urban realm from a transdisciplinary lens. Their webspace shows contributions from voices from different parts of the world, working in and outside of academia.

In their contribution, Carina Listerborn and Fredrik Torisson analyzed smart housing developments in Stockholm, Toronto, and Copenhagen from an intersectional perspective, questioning how class, gender, and ethnicity manifest themselves in smart housing solutions.