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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]

ACE and the New European Bauhaus Collective (NEBC) official Partners of the New European Bauhaus


ACE and the members of the New European Bauhaus Collective (NEBC) are happy to announce that they have been selected to be Partners of the New European Bauhaus initiative.On Friday 5 March 2021, the European Commission announced the first New European Bauhaus partners with 13 organisations from the ...[more]

The role of key civil society groups in the renovation wave. Conclusions of the ACE-UIPI workshop


In the framework of the Civil Society Days, the Architects' Council of Europe (ACE), the International Union of Property Owners (UIPI) and the EESC section for Transport, Energy, Infrastructure and the Information Society (TEN) organised on 4 March 2021 an online workshop on the role of key civil s...[more]

Mixed views on the EP’s resolution “Strengthening the Single Market: the future of free movement of services.”


The Architects Council of Europe represents and supports 575,000 architects working across Europe. European architects and their clients benefit from the Professional Qualifications Directive (PQD), which allows many architects to move freely to work and study across the EU. EU architects and their ...[more]

Level(s): The European framework for sustainable buildings: Relevance and benefits for Architects & Designers.


After several years of development and testing, the EU Commission launched the final version of the Level(s) framework. Level(s) is a new European approach to assess and report on the sustainability performance of buildings, throughout the life-cycle of buildings. Using existing standards, Level(s...[more]

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