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ACE calls for Experts on Security by Design : Work with us on the EU Project S.O.A.R. (Deadline extended to 30/09)

18/08/2021

Work with us on the EU Project S.O.A.R. Strengthening the security and resilience of at-risk religious sites and communities The ACE is a consortium partner in the EU funded project S.O.A.R. ‘Strengthening the security and resilience of at-risk religious sites and communities’. The main purpose of...[more]

Cultural Heritage in Action will soon enter its second phase! First phase highlights

28/07/2021

For 18 months, Cultural Heritage in Action allowed exchange on cultural heritage as a key to Europe’s future and a crucial resource and strategic asset for cities and regions’ sustainable development. Cultural heritage ranks high in the strategic priorities of local and regional authorities. Through...[more]

The NEBC publishes the report of its conference : "Common Ground: Making the Renovation Wave a Cultural Project"

22/07/2021

On 29 April 2021, members of the NEB Collective organised an online conference in order to contribute to the co-design phase of the New European Bauhaus. In the spirit of the New European Bauhaus, this conference was designed to be a participatory and multidisciplinary event, enabling people from va...[more]

A talk with European Architects: "Architectural policies have a huge impact on all planning processes."

15/06/2021

A few weeks ago, ACE talked with 3LHD Architects about the Covid-19 impact, the reconstruction of Zagreb, urban regeneration projects, quality spaces and new trends in architecture. ACE: 3LHD has been committed to minimising the impact of the global pandemic and has not only adapted its  work...[more]

Join us for the 19th edition of the European Week Regions and Cities! Together for recovery. 11-14 October 2021

28/05/2021

In the framework of the European Week of Regions and Cities, the Architects’ Council of Europe will organise an online workshop on the New European Bauhaus in collaboration with ICLEI,  a global network of more than 2500 local and regional governments committed to sustainable urban development....[more]

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