How would you make the future more sustainable and inclusive? Would you like to be part of a community aiming to build beautiful, sustainable, inclusive places?
Get involved in the New European Bauhaus movement, join the conversation and share your ideas!
The New European Bauhaus is a cultural, environmental and economic initiative of the European Commission. It brings together innovation, creativity, culture, and the European Green Deal.
As an interdisciplinary initiative, the New European Bauhaus builds a community to imagine and design future ways of living. It draws from a collective dialogue between art, culture, social inclusion, science and technology. It aims to generate ideas and solutions to transform the environmental, economic and cultural goals for Europe.
Who can be part of the New European Bauhaus?
The New European Bauhaus seeks to combine design, sustainability, accessibility, affordability and investment in order to help deliver the European Green Deal.
The initiative is shaped through an innovative co-design process involving citizens, experts, businesses, as well as policy-making institutions. Artists, designers, engineers, scientists, entrepreneurs, architects, students, and all interested people with a creative mind are welcome to contribute and share examples, challenges, stories and ideas.
The New European Bauhaus encourages experimentation and builds connections and collaboration between thinkers and doers. It calls for new perspectives and a fresh look at the green and digital challenges in order to turn them into new opportunities. Anyone keen to jointly design the future is welcome to join.
How to get involved?
Contributing to the New European Bauhaus is easy. A dedicated New European Bauhaus website collects all information in one place. On the website, you can browse ideas, contribute to discussions, share your views, and host your own conversations.
The initiative advances through three phases:
- Design phase: gathering of ideas and examples until summer 2021
(outcome: EU support framework, call for pilot proposals and special prizes for excellent examples)
- Delivery phase: networking and knowledge sharing from September 2021 onwards
(setting up and implementing new pilots)
- Dissemination phase: rolling out ideas and new actions further in Europe and beyond from January 2023 onwards
The New European Bauhaus is a movement in the making - get involved now and shape the future by being part of it!
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