New European Bauhaus 2022 Prizes: Deadline 28 February
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The New European Bauhaus is about improving our daily lives, focusing on better living together in more beautiful, sustainable and inclusive places. Applications are open until 28 February 2022 – 19:00 CET. For each category under each strand, two prizes will be awarded for a winner and a runner up. In each strand, one additional winner will be selected by a public vote (i.e. two public vote prizes in total). ‘’Shaping a circular industrial ecosystem and supporting life-cycle thinking”
It is about bridging global challenges with local solutions to achieve our climate targets and support a broader transformation on the ground.
A triangle of three inseparable values guides the New European Bauhaus:
- sustainability, from climate goals, to circularity, zero pollution, and biodiversity,
- aesthetics, quality of experience and style, beyond functionality,
- inclusion, valorising diversity, equality for all, accessibility and affordability.
The 2021 edition of the prizes rewarded excellence and creativity in showcasing these values. The Prizes attracted more than 2000 outstanding projects and ideas that helped shape the concept and inspired the development of the New European Bauhaus initiative.
The second edition of the New European Bauhaus Prizes will continue accompanying this transformative movement in 2022!
Applications are open until 28 February 2022 – 19:00 CET.
Visit https://prizes.new-european-bauhaus.eu/ to download the Applicant's Guide and Register to submit your entry.
If you have a beautiful, sustainable, and inclusive project or concept, consider applying for one of the following categories:
Strand A: New European Bauhaus Awards. Existing completed examples.
The examples under strand A must have already been completed at the time of the application, projects that are older than 2 years cannot apply. Concepts, prototypes and solutions (tools, methods, ideas) that have not been implemented in real contexts are not eligible. Applicants can be EU or non-EU residents, as long as their examples are physically located or have been implemented in the EU.
Strand B: New European Bauhaus Rising Stars. Concepts or ideas submitted by young talents (aged 30 or less).
The concepts/ideas under strand B can be at different stages of development from the early concepts to prototype level and should be presented with a development plan, outlining the foreseen steps envisaged to further develop, promote and/or implement the concept/idea with a particular focus on the year following the application. Applicants can be EU or non-EU residents, as long as their concept/idea are to be developed and implemented in the EU.
For each category under each strand, two prizes will be awarded for a winner and a runner up.
In each strand, one additional winner will be selected by a public vote (i.e. two public vote prizes in total).
Your entry should address one of these four themes:
- Reconnecing with nature
- Regaining a sense of belonging
- Prioritising the places and people that need it most
- Shaping a circular industrial ecosystem and supporting life-cycle thinking.
ENAT is an official part of the European Commission's New European Bauhaus initiative.