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A talk with Dikkie Scipio :' We should not accept low quality, not in materials, not in skills and execution, but also not in knowledge"


A few weeks ago, ACE talked with Dikkie Scipio about Europe, the Covid-19 impact, a new “Urban Village” model, the built heritage, and the challenges for women in architecture. ACE: The COVID-19 crisis has multiplied the number of questions on urban planning and climate issues. In your eyes,...[more]

'To match style with sustainability': ACE welcomes the call of EU Commission President for a new ‘European Bauhaus'


In her State of the Union address on 16 September 2020, the President of the EU Commission, Ms Ursula von der Leyen, recalled the EU ambition to trigger a “renovation wave” in Europe and to become a leader in the circular economy.    In this respect, she stated: “this is not jus...[more]

UK withdrawal from the European Union: Recognition of professional qualifications in practice


The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.   A Transition Period was agreed, running from 31 January 2020 to 31 December 2020 – during  which time, the UK and the EU are negotiating the terms of a Free Trade Agreement which  should cover, amongst other thing...[more]

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


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


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]

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