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COVID-19 Prevention/ New safety measures taken by the Belgian Government. The ACE team is remote working

19/10/2020

The Architects' Council of Europe takes the health and safety of its staff, members and guests extremely seriously. Last week the Belgian Government has taken new measures concerning the COVID 19 situation. Teleworking is mandatory where possible. Therefore, the ACE offices will be closed until 19 N...[more]

Discover the ACE Observatory: The online platform dedicated to the architectural profession in Europe

16/10/2020

ACE has recently launched a new web platform dedicated to the architectural profession. The purpose is to provide a single entry point through which users can search, access and compare a multitude of statistical information regarding European Architects, the architectural market and practices in Eu...[more]

The winners of the 2020 Young Talent Architecture Award: Watch the YTAA highlights and talk on education

28/09/2020

The Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) 2020 has been launched last year on the occasion of « Perspectives: Young Architects’ Forum » as part of the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award (EU Mies Award).   The YTAA 2020 Winners  have been announced by V...[more]

#EURegionsWeek: Join our virtual workshop on 'Co-design for new forms of urban living'

07/09/2020

In the framework of the European Week of Regions and Cities, the Architects’ Council of Europe, the Federal Chamber of German Architects’ (Bundesarchitektenkammer - BAK), the European Council of Town Planners (ECTP) and the Institute for Spatial Policies (IPoP) will hold a joint virtual work...[more]

A talk with Andrew Mcmullan: 'Today, we have a responsibility to use architecture to benefit humankind'

01/09/2020

This summer, ACE talked with Andrew Mcmullan about architectural design competitions, productive cities, our relationship to the city, quality in the built environment, Brexit and the need of a European collaboration between architects. ACE: Based on the theme ‘Productive Cities’, over 1,240 g...[more]

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