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Reflections: SUDes Ambassadorship, China & a Life in Lund

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Hey hey! After a little over a year of being SUDes Ambassador, this will be my last post, and I will use it to FINALLY post that China gallery I’ve been promising on every post, and reflect upon my time here. Buckle up, it’s a long one, but I promise it’ll be worth it! 

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Spring Exhibition

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Last Friday the Spring Exhibition was opened, where all the thesis projects presented this week (including mine :)) are showcased, as well as studio works. The exhibition is, of course, open for the public, but it is also a great opportunity for us, students, to see a broader picture of what is happening at school. I encourage everyone to come, … Continue reading

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Housing Review

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Following the last posts aiming to support the new students in their search for housing, I will briefly compare my several experiences in Lund. I hope, those of you deciding which type of housing suits them better find it useful. Though the choice is limited and the situation remains quite complicated, try not to compromise the quality of your life … Continue reading

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Living in Lund: Kämnärsrätten 1-room/Studio

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Hey hey! Today I’ll kick off the housing series as started by Ruben earlier today. He gave some great recommendations of jumping off points for your search and I’d recommend reading! As for me, after a long search I found my own little student studio apartment in an area near LTH called Kämnärsrätten (pronounced kinda like shaem-naers-raet-ten I think? Nobody ever … Continue reading

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Around Lund: Ven

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While my thesis writing is still going on, the weather outside is constantly changing – but it is most often cold and not at all comfortable. But thinking of the warm days we had during the past one and a half years helps. I want to share those memories by making one of my earliest visits around here the topic … Continue reading

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Around Lund: Limhamns Kalkbrott

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Today I can recommend yet another great spot around Lund: Limhamns Kalkbrott – the chalk quarry in Malmö’s Limhamn area. I have been there some weeks ago and it is worth a visit! Unfortunately, you can only enter the fenced area during the guided tours which you can register for free at Gatukontoret Malmö. What to expect: A guided tour … Continue reading

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Food in Nations

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Having no classes at school means more chances to have lunch in one of the nations. Now that I can start from A-building (or wherever I work on my thesis) earlier I can make it for one of those nations downtown. Here’s why I love it so much. It’s cheap (30-35 kr) and tastes good.It’s easy, it saves time – … Continue reading

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Around Lund: Falsterbo

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Another great spot to visit is Falsterbo. Practically surrounded by water, it’s the southernmost Swedish part extending into the Öresund. On Falsterbo, you can find a lot of places that are rather intended to be visited in the Summer, but beaches and dunes still look nice when it gets a little colder. What to expect: A lot of sand, a … Continue reading

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Around Lund: Dalby

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Even though it’s Winter time, there is no reason not to enjoy the countless beautiful spots around Lund. Today I would like you to get to know Dalby, a place close to Lund. The Skåneleden, a system of hiking paths, offers a bunch of routes which you can take. What to expect: A lot of well-marked hiking trails, only limited … Continue reading

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Architect goes to China with SUDes

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There’s been already a lot said about the study trip to China with SUDes. For me this term is full of joy and excitement even though the course (Sustainable Urban Dynamics – as a MARK student I have a bit more freedom to choose my courses and thus could take it) is very intense and time consuming. So I join … Continue reading

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