Co-developing services for sustainable living

Kuva
Anttilanmäki Village Party
Askel – Co-developing services for sustainable living is a project coordinated by LAB University of Applied Sciences. The Askel project facilitates a development of three eco-efficient services.

Cooperation Partners are Anttilanmäki-Kittelä citizen community and Asunto Oy Jalkarannan-Metsä housing cooperative in Lahti. The aim is to improve SME´s capabilities to produce circular and sharing economy-based services in reforming markets which will help consumers move towards low-carbon housing and consumption. Companies involved in the Askel-project are a local market trader Torikauppa Pupu, a software company CoReorient and a local energy company Lahti Energia with their Reiot service.

The services are developed by using co-design of citizen communities and service providers. The development process was started by interviewing citizens and arranging a workshop in Anttilanmäki community. Service concepts will be piloted during the project.

Project results will be released in Anttilanmäki Village Party in August 2021. The project relates to the strategy of Päijät-Häme region through two smart specialization priorities, design and circular economy and is also related to Interreg Europe project CECI.

Project results will be released in Anttilanmäki Village Party in August 2021. The project relates to the strategy of Päijät-Häme region through two smart specialization priorities, design and circular economy and is also related to Interreg Europe project CECI.
Project period
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Project state
On-going
Project area
National
Project funding
ERDF 2014-2020
LAB role
Lead partner
Unit
Institute of Design and Fine Arts
Project focus area
Sustainability
Project managers
Location