In the framework of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), ACE and the Federal Chamber of German Architects (BAK) organised on Thursday 22 June in Brussels two public events on the theme Architecture: Towards a Step Change in Building Performance. In the context of the on-going revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD), the objective was to share feedback from architectural projects that have successfully overcome the challenges of achieving healthy, comfortable and productive environments at measurably low energy and resource consumption. Both events have enabled a debate to shed light on the architectural determinants of building performance and the imperative to consider building performance in a broader and more holistic perspective. Read more
EDUCATION and PRACTICE – THE FUTURE ARCHITECT Joint ACE-EAAE Symposium in coordination with CNAPPC
QUESTION OF THE MONTH
Does BIM make the practice of your profession as an architect easier?
Result of last question: Do you support the development of an EU Building Passport?
On 9 April 2017 the Barbara Cappochin Foundation and the Italian National Council of Architects, Planners, Landscapers and Conservationists (CNAPPC) launched the 2017 edition of the Barbara Cappochin Prize, founded in remembrance of architecture student Barbara Cappochin.
Krakkó város és a Lengyel Építész Szövetség Krakkói Tagozata nagy tisztelettel teszi közzé felhívását a Krakkói Nemzetközi Építészeti Biennálé pályázatain való részvételre.
12. nemzetközi konferencia a jövő homlokzatburkolatairól Bernben
12th International Conference on Building Envelopes of the Future, 02-03 October 2017, Bern, Switzerland
DEFLAT KLEIBURG in Amsterdam by NL architects and XVW architectuur WINNER OF THE EUROPEAN UNION PRIZE FOR CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE - MIES VAN DER ROHE AWARD 2017 THE BRUSSELS STUDIOS MSA/V+ AWARDED THE EMERGING ARCHITECT PRIZE
NTERNATIONAL BDW CREATIVE CONFERENCE "HUMAN CITIES/ SHARING CLOUD“ IN KRAGUJEVAC
17. FEBRUARY 2017, FROM 14:00 - 20:00, IN THE ASSEMBLY HALL OF THE FIRST GYMNASIUM OF KRAGUJEVAC, DANIČIĆ STREET NO 1,
ORGANIZED BY BELGRADE DESIGN WEEK
WITH SUPPORT OF THE CITY OF KRAGUJEVAC
Belgrade Design Week welcomes its partners from eleven European cities to the unique international creative event “HUMAN CITIES/ SHARING CLOUD - Kragujevac 2017”, inviting the broadest public, citizens and citizens initiatives, architects, urban planers, the creative community, artists, economists, municipal administrations, media, academia and students from Serbia and the entire region, to join us on Friday, February 17th in Kragujevac.
The program is made of leading European case studies with easily understandable, concrete, hands-on “How to-” lectures, from cities committed to use design as a tool for changing their urban and public spaces and transforming their public authorities' mindsets.
Entry is free, places are limited by the hall capacity, lectures are provided with simultaneous translation from English to Serbian and vice versa. The organiser reserves the right to change the program without prior information.
Belgrade Design Week and the City of Kragujevac, Serbia, are honoured to invite you to the "HUMAN CITIES/ SHARING CLOUD - Kragujevac 2017” event, on February 17th 2017 in the First Gymnasium of Kragujevac. Next to a strong line up of local speakers showcasing the urban development of Kragujevac, the conference will present extraordinary lectures from eleven European cities gathered around the Human Cities/ project, all closely related to urban realities in Serbia and the region. The HUMAN CITIES/ project is a crucial pan-european platform for sharing best practices in finding innovative solutions for living in cities today, and BDW’s conference offers a great opportunity for Serbia to present its own findings and developments to a broad European audience, and vice-versa, which is why we named the project THE SHARING CLOUD.
Present Kragujevac to the World, present the World to Kragujevac!
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE in Austria 2018
ORTE Architekturnetzwerk Niederösterreich grants a studio apartment in Krems as well as a scholarship financed by the Federal Province of Lower Austria to architects, spatial planners, landscape architects, theorists and curators focusing their work on architecture.
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