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Below you find descriptions of the different buildings in the area and what they can offer.
A Working Lab - Akademiska Hus
Co-working, makerspace, flexible learning environments as well as conference and meeting facilities at Sweden's leading collaboration arena for urban development, Johanneberg Science Park.
Creative clashes and unexpected meetings make people more innovative and make us grow together. This is the idea behind A Working Lab - Akademiska Hus' national concept for co-working and flexible meeting facilities. You can rent the time you need for jobs, meetings or workshops. Here you become part of a national community with the opportunity for collaboration and meetings between academia and industy.
You can rent your own office or sit in our modern and friendly Co-working environment. Access to gym, bicycle room and changing rooms is available and on the ground floor you get your coffee and eat well at restaurant Waste.
Sven Hultin's place 2 - Chalmersfastigheter
Chalmersfastigheter offers meeting places in an open environment that encourages collaboration between the areas of advance “Urban Development”, “Energy Technology” and “Materials Technology” and a variety of actors in academia, industry and the public sector.
The collaboration floor consist of temporary workplaces, small meeting rooms, lounge areas, recreational opportunities, etc. The environments enable flexible workplace utilization, where customers have the opportunity to use workplaces integrated with each other, based on needs over time and subject to space.
The workplace can advantageously be used as a project workplace but of course also as your office. The collaboration floor can be used by about 70 people at the same time and here is an opportunity to interact with many different organizations.
In the basement you have access to a bicycle garage and changing rooms and on the ground floor there is a café, conference and restaurant run by Ooto.
Teknikparken - Chalmersfastigheter
In close proximity to the university's own buildings, Chalmers Technology Park was built during the years 1985-1987.
Today, it is used for research and development collaborations between academia and industrial companies. About 40 knowledge-intensive companies have their offices here and there are conference facilities run by Teknikparkens Konferenscenter on the ground floor.
As a tenant in Teknikparken, you are, as in the other buildings at Johanneberg Science Park, part of an active community with both work-related and social activities, such as seminars, workshops, relay, ball games and Friday running with a coach.