Tomas Örn
Tomas Örn

Tomas Örn


Tomas Örns research aims to investigate, develop methods and techniques for energy efficient cultural heritage buildings without deforming their cultural and architectural values.


MA in Integrated Conservation from the University of Gothenburg 2011. Tomas Örn also has a background in social anthropology. He was most recently working with urban development and how cultural heritage processes works with other sectorial interests, mainly in the City of Stockholm and the Swedish National Heritage Board. During 2010-2013 Tomas Örn was project manager project for the EU project Co2ol Bricks which investigates how heritage buildings can be made more energy efficient.

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