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New European Bauhaus Prizes - Applications open

The European Union has just launched the New European Bauhaus initiative and people interested in contributing to beautiful, sustainable, and inclusive places can submit their applications until 31 May 2021.

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The New European Bauhaus (NEB) initiative connects the European Green Deal to our living spaces. It calls on all Europeans to imagine and build together a sustainable and inclusive future that is beautiful for our eyes, minds, and souls.

 

Applications for New European Bauhaus Prizes are now open.

Deadline for application: 31 May 2021

 

Besides architecture-related categories, 4 categories are of particular relevance for Education, Training, Youth, Sport and Culture:  

 

5. Products and life style

We are looking for products and processes that contribute to a sustainable, attractive and inclusive lifestyle. It may be fashion, or furniture, or interior design, but also food or other elements of our daily life.

6. Preserved and transformed cultural heritage

We are looking for successful examples of cultural heritage that has been put into value in the spirit of sustainability, aesthetics and inclusiveness. They may be exemplary models of preservation that enhance access to cultural heritage for all, or reconversion of heritage infrastructure with a high social purpose and a low carbon footprint.

8. Mobilisation of culture, arts and communities

We are looking for examples that illustrate the impact of the arts for sustainable community building. It may be events, festivals, cultural performances that brings communities together. It may be examples of story telling supporting social inclusion and the Green Deal, or transformational activities centered around arts and culture that help build social cohesion and develop a shared sense of ownership of the space.

10. Interdisciplinary education models

We are looking for education models and methods that integrate the values of sustainability, inclusion and aesthetics in the content of the curricula and in the learning process. This also includes innovative models of training for professionals based on the interdisciplinary integration of science, arts and social studies.

Detailed information, including a Guide for applicants, is available on the NEB website.

 

Germany, Cologne

29 April 2021

Europe

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