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The ACE publishes the seventh edition of the Sector Study on the state of the architectural profession in Europe


The Sector Study is a biennial survey commissioned by the Architects’ Council of Europe (ACE) and co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, that collects and analyses statistical, sociological and economic data on European architects, the architectural market and architectura...[more]

World Creativity and Innovation Day 2021 #WCID: Artificial Intelligence and Architecture


World Creativity and Innovation Day (#WCID) is a global UN day celebrated on 21 April  to raise awareness around the importance of creativity and innovation in problem solving with respect to advancing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, also known as the "global goals"...[more]

Germany: The "HOAI" - Official fee scale for services by architects and engineers updated (BAK)


The official scale of fees for services by architects and engineers, Honorarordnung für Architekten und Ingenieure – HOAI, has stipulated mandatory upper and lower limits for the remuneration of architects and engineers. The European Court of Justice (CJEU) ruled in July 2019 (C-377/17) that obligat...[more]

Cultural Heritage in Action: Apply for 4 new online peer learning visits taking place in May and June 2021!


Are you curious about data collection for preservation of cultural heritage? Do you want to learn more on how to involve communities through cultural heritage? Or willing to learn more cultural heritage for urban and regional development & sustainability?   Then our online peer learn...[more]

International Women's Day: A talk with Ursula Faix, Chair of the Women in Architecture task force


To celebrate International Women's Day 2021, ACE talked with Ursula Faix, Chair of the Women in Architecture task force to explore what we're doing at ACE to develop new strategies for balancing the gender gap in architecture. ACE: Can you tell us more about the Women In Architecture (WiA) task fo...[more]

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