The New European Bauhaus (NEB) reflects an ambition that is shared by many practitioners, citizens and local decision-makers: making our habitat more sustainable, inclusive and beautiful – in short designing and building quality places.
In recent years, many institutional documents at international and European levels have set objectives and defined principles to achieve this ambition (UN Sustainable Development Goals, Davos Declaration, the Mannheim Message, etc.). This workshop will bring together local decision-makers, architects and representatives from arts schools to discuss how this ambition and these principles can be translated into tangible initiatives, projects, and processes at local level.
Key areas of the New European Bauhaus will be explored, namely: 1) the intertwined drivers of sustainability, aesthetics and inclusiveness; 2) the difficulty in balancing these often conflicting goals with limited resources, 3) the relationships between the world of science and technology and the world of art and culture and 4) the role of local governments.
We are confident that this workshop will contribute to raising cities’ and regions’ awareness of the challenges inherent to the New European Bauhaus initiative, offer inspiration and help to highlight some good practices.
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Tue, Oct 12, 2021 11:30 AM