Conference on Architectural Policies: RE-USE ARCHITECTURE!
The thematic focus of the conference will be on re-use of architecture in a view of sustainable urban development, circular economy, prevention of urban sprawl by promoting rational land take and re-use of abandoned and somewhere devastated buildings or whole areas.
Architecture for Common Good
The keynotes and debates of the seminar programme explore architecture’s potential to create common good by combining cultural, social, economical, environmental and technical perspectives to the built environment. The event brings together decision makers, experts and influencers of the built environment.
Getting the measure of Baukultur
In January 2018 the European Ministers of Culture adopted the Davos Declaration calling for a high-quality Baukultur to improve the wellbeing of all. To understand how we can improve the built...
A high-quality Baukultur for Europe
The event is organized to discuss ways and challenges of implementing a high-quality Baukultur in Malta, San Marino, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.
Helsinki Impact Conference 2019
Helsinki Impact Conference calls together European leaders, experts and academia on cohesive urban policy and urban planning, to share insights on how cities act as global change-makers. Conference takes place at Helsinki Musiikkitalo, Music Centre on 9–10 October 2019.
The event will bring together a community of over 300 national and international guests. European architect experts, central authorities representatives and chief architects as representatives of local public authorities will address topical issues about the impact of architecture policies at European level and examples of good practices in several European countries.
European Conference for Architectural Policies
The Conference with the working title “High Quality Building for Everyone. Baukultur and the Common Good in Europe” will focus on two topics: social housing and public space.
Architectural Policies Conference
The conference aims at discussing architectural policies across Europe, entrepreneurship and export of architectural services, the roles and operational models of state and municipal architects, among other topical issues. The conference is geared for professionals, policy-makers and experts working with the built environment.
Architectural Policies Conferences & EFAP General Assembly - The New In The Old - Contemporary Architecture in a Historic Context
This event will bring together European Architects from the three pillars of Government, Professional Bodies and Cultural Institutions who have an interest in the drafting and implementation of Architectural Policies in the various European states.