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ACE-UIA International Conference on Design Competitions, 25 October 2019 - Paris

22/07/2019

Registration is now open for the ACE-UIA International Conference on Design Competitions, taking place on 25 October 2019, at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France.The conference is jointly organised by the Architects' Council of Europe (ACE) and the International Union of Architects (UAI). It...[more]

ACE Workshop on the Adaptive Re-use of our Built Environment during the EU Week of Regions and Cities

11/07/2019

In the framework of the European Week of Regions and Cities, the Architects’ Council of Europe is organising on Wednesday 9 October a workshop on the Adaptive Re-use of our Built Environment for a Greener Europe, in collaboration with the Federal Chamber of German Architects...[more]

Study on the Value of Design and the Role of Architects

28/06/2019

This aim of this strategic report has been to consolidate existing knowledge across Europe and develop next steps to be addressed by ACE in demonstrating the value of design and the role of architects.A call for evidence on methodologies for evidencing the value of architects and architectural...[more]

ACE study on the Role of Architecture in Building Performance as Defined by the EU Level(s) Scheme

20/06/2019

The EU Commission has been developing Level(s) - a framework of macro-objectives and indicators aiming to help building professionals to report on the environmental performance of buildings. As well as energy and material impacts, Level(s) provides a framework for reporting the quality of the...[more]

Designing for a Circular Economy: Statement of the Architects’ Council of Europe on the occasion of the World Circular Economy Forum

04/06/2019

On the occasion of the World Circular Economy Forum (WCEF), taking place on 4-5 June in Helsinki, the Architects' Council of Europe (ACE) publishes a Statement highlighting the importance of design to achieve more circularity in the construction and buildings sector, as well the solutions that...[more]

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