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call for application I-Portunus for Architecture. Creative Europe’s mobility scheme for artist, creators and cultural professionals launches call for architecture.

15/01/2021

Do you want to carry out a residency, international collaboration or project abroad? On 15 January 2021, i-Portunus opened a Call for Applications for architects, cultural professionals active in architecture.The duration of the travels can range between 7 and 60 days and the maximum amount of the g...[more]

EU-UK Trade & Cooperation Agreement. Architecture of the TCA and interim process for the recognition for holders of EEA / Swiss qualifications.

14/01/2021

On 24 December 2020, the European Union and the United Kingdom concluded the EU-UK Trade & Cooperation Agreement (TCA). While this is the most ambitious Free Trade Agreement (FTA) ever concluded by the EU, it obviously cannot deliver the kind of free market access that currently exists among and...[more]

2020 Retrospective & 2021 outlook. What the Architects' Council of Europe did for you in 2020 and 2021 plans. Welcome 2021!

06/01/2021

2020 retrospective and 2021 outlook.Welcome 2021! New year, new perspectives. ACE has summarised the actions completed in 2020 and the planned activities for 2021.  This year, ACE will continue to advocate and raise awareness of the value of architecture and architects in many ways. Events...[more]

Rudolf Gräf : 'It's essential that architects count on Europe and the National Organisations to push architecture onto the political agenda!'

16/12/2020

A few weeks ago, ACE talked with Rudolf Gräf about the Covid-19 impact, the urban festival Street Delivery,  climate-proof urban development approach, quality spaces and architectural education. ACE: The covid-19 crisis has multiplied questions on urban planning and climate issues. In your ...[more]

Planning organisations from the creative sector present a joint statement on the New European Bauhaus

18/11/2020

The joint statement is supported by the representative European organisations of architects, spatial planners, landscape architects, interior architects, engineers, designers, artists, educators and researchers of the built environment, who welcome the New European Bauhaus initiative put forward by ...[more]

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