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Background and activities

Architect NTH, 1984. Dr. ing., 1996. Research field: Sustainable housing and the interplay between housing architecture, values and use.

Eli Støa has been a professor in Housing at the Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts since 2006. She was educated as an architect from NTH in 1984 and received her dr.ing degree the same place in 1996 with the thesis “Dwellings and Culture. Norwegian one-family housing areas from the 1980s viewed in the light of the inhabitants’ notions of the ideal home”. The following 10 years she worked as a researcher at SINTEF and was involved in projects related to housing qualities and –ideals for various residential groups and social, cultural and architectural conditions for sustainable housing development.

Eli teaches housing design both on bachelor and master level. She is also supervisor for PhD candidates and is a member of the Faculty’s Research Committee. She has recently led a research project on the planning process of a carbon neutral neighbourhood at Brøset in Trondheim. At the moment she is working on the effect of the physical environment on quality of life and integration of asylum seekers and refugees. She spent the academic year 2010/2011 as a visiting researcher at the School of Architecture and Built Environment at the University of Westminster in London, and 2015/2016 as a guest professor at KULeuven in Belgium, Faculty of Architecture / Sint Lucas in Brussels.

Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications

Books

  • Gromark, Sten; Ilmonen, Mervi; Paadam, Katrin; Støa, Eli. (2016) Ways of Residing in Transformation – Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Ashgate. 2016. ISBN 9781472426079.
  • Støa, Eli; Hauge, Åshild Lappegard; Denizou, Karine; Thorshaug, Ragne Øwre; Grønseth, Anne Sigfrid. (2016) Bokvalitet i asylmottak - En veileder. 2016. ISBN 978-82-7551-118-6.
  • Støa, Eli; Larssæther, Stig; Wyckmans, Annemie. (2014) Utopia Revisited. Towards a Carbon-Neutral Neighborhood at Brøset. Fagbokforlaget. 2014. ISBN 978-82-450-1725-0.
  • Stoltz, Kenneth; Støa, Eli; By, Sarah Lyn Speer. (2011) PHD PROJECTS 2010 - 2011 Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art, NTNU. 2011. ISBN 9788275510639.
  • Støa, Eli; Hauge, Åshild Lappegard; Denizou, Karine. (2007) Endelig hjemme. Utforming av boliger for vanskeligstilte. 2007. ISBN 978-82-90122-28-2.
  • Noach, Kerstin Gjesdahl; Grytli, Eir; Støa, Eli; Løyland, Bjørgulv; Rødahl, Eystein. (1998) Fra årestue til smarthus. 1998. ISBN 82-7532-010-0.

Part of book/report

  • Støa, Eli. (2017) Norway. Sustainable Communities and Urban Housing - A comparative European perspective.
  • Aune, Margrethe; Støa, Eli. (2016) Second homes in Norway – Multiple Homes and Patterns in Distributes Ways of Residing. Ways of Residing in Transformation – Interdisciplinary Perspectives.
  • Ilmonen, Mervi; Paadam, Katrin; Støa, Eli; Gromark, Sten. (2016) Residential Futures. Ways of Residing in Transformation – Interdisciplinary Perspectives.
  • Paadam, Katrin; Støa, Eli; Gromark, Sten; Ilmonen, Mervi. (2016) From housing to residing: conceptual considerations. Ways of Residing in Transformation – Interdisciplinary Perspectives.
  • Hauge, Åshild Lappegard; Støa, Eli; Denizou, Karine. (2015) Boliger for vanskeligstilte. Universell utforming som tilrettelegging av fysisk miljø for menneskers ulike psykososiale forutsetninger. Universell utforming og omgivelser. Tverrfaglige, kritiske og miljøpsykologiske perspektiver.