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ACE welcomes the Council conclusions on “culture, high-quality architecture and built environment as key elements of the NEB initiative”

02/12/2021

On 30 November 2021, EU ministers responsible for culture adopted Conclusions on culture, high-quality architecture and built environment as key elements of the New European Bauhaus initiative. The Architects Council of Europe very much welcomes these conclusions and congratulates the Slovenian Pres...[more]

Online event! Register to 'Cultural Heritage in Action: sharing solutions in European cities and regions' 8/12

22/11/2021

Registrations are now open for the online event “Cultural Heritage in Action: sharing solutions in European cities and regions” taking place on Wednesday 8 December 2021. Cultural heritage is key to Europe’s future and a crucial resource and strategic assets for cities and regions’ sustainable deve...[more]

Discover the ACE Exhibition on Climate Change in Strasbourg - Join our round table discussion on 14/12

17/11/2021

The Council of Architecture, Town Planning and Environment of Alsace (CAUE d'Alsace) is currently hosting the ACE exhibition on Climate Change from 15 November 2021 to 5 January 2022. This exhibition has received the support of the European Union's Creative Europe programme. Discover 20 architectu...[more]

EU Week of Regions and Cities: ACE workshops videos are now available!

17/11/2021

As part of the EU Week of Regions and Cities, the Architects’ Council of Europe has co-organised in October two workshops to debate with and promote high-quality architecture towards local and regional public authorities. Quality architecture for all cities and regions: exchange of good practi...[more]

Cultural Heritage in Action: New open call for good practices

03/11/2021

In its second phase (2021-2023), the peer learning programme Cultural Heritage in Action will continue to empower European cities and regions to strengthen their cultural heritage policies and initiatives as well as develop innovative solutions to preserve cultural heritage assets.   We are now...[more]

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