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Lisbeth Løvbak Berg

Lisbeth Løvbak Berg


Lisbeth is a Fashion Futuristy and designer with years of experience, both as a consultant and a business owner, as well as teaching at Middlesex University, London. She has a master's degree in fashion and sustaianbility from the MA Fashion Futures course at London College of Fashion where she did consumer research and examined the designer’s role in future scenarios based on sustainable clothing consumption.
Her research interests are design futuring, sustainability and consumption.

Fields of study

Academic disciplines

Architecture and design   Social sciences

Subject areas

Clothing   Textile   Sustainability   Design Thinking   Sustainable future   Consumption

Research projects

Scientific publications

Laitala, Kirsi ; Klepp, Ingun Grimstad ; Løvbak Berg, Lisbeth (2024). The Impact of Modes of Acquisition on Clothing Lifetimes. Niinimäki, Kirsi (Ed.). Recycling and Lifetime Management in the Textile and Fashion Sector. p. 91-111. CRC Press.

Løvbak Berg, Lisbeth ; Hebrok, Marie (2023). Narratives of product longevity: a business vs. consumer perspective. Niinimäki, Kirsi; Cura, Kirsti (Ed.). PROCEEDINGS 5th PLATE Conference. p. 578-583. Aalto University.

Laitala, Kirsi ; Løvbak Berg, Lisbeth ; Strandbakken, Pål (2023). Why won’t you complain? Consumer rights and the unmet product lifespan requirements. Niinimäki, Kirsi; Cura, Kirsti (Ed.). PROCEEDINGS 5th PLATE Conference. p. 563-568. Aalto University.

Løvbak Berg, Lisbeth ; Klepp, Ingun Grimstad ; Sigaard, Anna Schytte ; Broda, Jan; Rom, Monika; Kobiela-Mendrek, Katarzyna (2023). Reducing Plastic in Consumer Goods: Opportunities for Coarser Wool. 28 p. Fibers. Vol. 11.

These publications are obtained from Cristin. The list may be incomplete