Member of the Board
Sascha Haselmayer is a member of board of Living Labs Global. Haselmayer is an expert in the field of knowledge and innovation intensive urbanism in international environments. Trained as an Architect at the Architectural Association in London, Haselmayer has worked on a wide range of design & strategy intensive urban and socio-economic development projects across Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa for non-governmental, public and private organisations.
Currently, Haselmayer is a co-founding director of Interlace-Invent, a international research-based consultancy in headquartered in Copenhagen. Living Labs Europe™ was founded by Interlace-Invent ApS as a network of leading European cities with a commitment to innovation and advancements in mobility. At Interlace-Invent Haselmayer is responsible for several leading-edge strategy projects in for clients in Shanghai; European cities like Barcelona, Sant Cugat, Konstanz; and investors such as Euroland Projektierungen. New initiatives by Interlace-Invent include Flexiplaces, and the YET Ventures for entrepreneurial talent. Furthermore, Haselmayer is a responsible coordinator for Interlace-Invent of the global research project 'Hubs&Regions', in collaboration with a network of 35 Universities across 5 continents investigating the globalisation of innovation and knowledge intensive economies and their impact on cities, regions, companies and institutions. Before co-founding interlace-invent, Haselmayer developed innovation driven strategic solution for several well-recognized projects as part of Carillion Professional Services (UK), the UK’s leading construction group and practiced as an architect on international projects.
Haselmayer is conducting research on innovation environments and their urban impacts and is a Senior Lecturer at the Copenhagen Business School (Full-Time MBA and MA programmes), Theseus MBA Programme (France), Pompeu Fabra University (Spain) and the Architectural Association Housing & Urbanism Graduate Programme (London). Previously he held positions as Architecture and MA Urban Design Unit Master at Greenwich University.