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Highlights of the New European Bauhaus Festival in Brussels


Beautiful, sustainable and inclusive – behind this motto lies the vision of the #NewEuropeanBauhaus movement. From 9-12 June, the first edition of its festival enlivened the streets of Brussels and Europe.

Discover the ACE highlights:

"Standing with Ukraine: How the New European Bauhaus can do its bit"- Panel discussion

On 9 June,  Ruth Schagemann, ACE President joined the panel discussion "Standing with Ukraine: How the New European Bauhaus can do its bit" with Sneška Quaedvlieg-Mihailović, Secretary General at Europa Nostra, Hubert Trammer, Architect, Teacher at Lublin University and Oleg Drozdov, Co-founder Ro3kvit, urban coalition for Ukraine, Owner Drozdov&Partners at Kharkiv School of Architecture.

"The values and ambitions of the New European Bauhaus can help Ukraine to face the challenges of the future re-building of the country and bring hope and enthusiasm to its population and to those who will have to re-imagine the built environment."

"Culture is a driving force if you rethink a country that is completely destroyed. It's really about shaping identity for future together". Ruth Schagemann, ACE President

ACE Walk and Talk

On 11 June, as part of the New European Bauhaus Festival, the Architects’ Council of Europe, with the support of its Belgian Member Organisations, organised a "walk & talk", a one-hour-and-a-half guided tour of the Tour & Taxis site (Brussels), followed by a one-hour Policy Debate. The guided tour and the policy debate  aimed to discuss challenges raised by the New European Bauhaus in relation to Architecture and Urban Planning, first through concrete examples during the tour, and then from a political perspective during the debate.
Many thanks to all the participants! Read more about the programme here.

SHOWCASES: Creative Europe Projects in dialogue with NEB

BIM4EEB at New European Bauhaus Festival

Do you want to learn which digital tools facilitate the inclusion, accessibility and affordability during the building renovation process for the public and private sector?
Watch the video here, where BIM4EEB project panellists debate the final results in a round table session about “Tools for digitalisation, inclusion, and affordability in building renovation.

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