Common Ground NEBC conference 2021-APR-29

Common Ground NEBC conference 2021-APR-29

Join us for

COMMON GROUND:
Making the Renovation Wave a Cultural Project

Online conference
By the New European Bauhaus Collective (NEBC)
29 April 2021- 10.00 am to 4.00 pm CET
The programme will be released shortly.
Free attendance.
Conference languages: English and French (simultaneous translation)
Register here.

The New European Bauhaus Collective (NEBC) invites you to participate in its online conference ‘Common Ground: Making the Renovation Wave a Cultural Project’ on 29 April 2021 from 10 am to 4pm CET.

Launched by the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, at the occasion of the State of the European Union last September, the New European Bauhaus aims to make the Green Deal a cultural, human-centered and positive, ‘tangible’ experience. It intends to bring about a green transformation of the built environment and the construction sector and at the same time trigger a broad discussion about future ways of living together, at the crossroads between art, culture, social inclusion, science and innovation.

By making the Renovation Wave a cultural project, the Commission initiates a fundamental shift, which can be a game-changer in the transition to a more sustainable economy and society. In the spirit of the New European Bauhaus, the NEBC conference is designed as a participatory and multi-disciplinary event, enabling people from various backgrounds to meet and exchange ideas on challenges raised by the New European Bauhaus. It will be an opportunity to take stock of the development of
the NEB initiative and also to contribute to its co-design phase and reflect on emerging trends.

The event will bring together professionals and workers from the creative and cultural sectors; educators and researchers; representatives from cities and the European institutions, and NEB enthusiastic citizens.

About the NEBC

The New European Bauhaus Collective (NEBC) is a grouping of several pan-
European organisations representing architects, spatial planners, landscape
architects, interior architects, engineers, designers, artists, educators and
researchers of the built environment, and more broadly the cultural and creative
sectors. NEBC is an official partner of the NEB initiative.