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Living Spaces Call - Architecture and Built Environment

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Second call for participants for Living Spaces peer-learning visits on architecture and the built environment. Deadline
13th May, 2024.

Funded by Creative Europe, Living Spaces - Cities and regions shaping the built environment for everyone (Living Spaces) is implemented by Eurocities and the Architects’ Council of Europe.

If you are part of the administration of a city or region in the EU or a professional working on architecture and urban planning, this is your chance to exchange knowledge, share experiences, and learn from your peers and from experts on how to plan and implement high-quality architectural policies and projects. All you need to do is fill out the form with your information and motivation to participate.

The focus of the peer-learning visits will be on architecture and the built environment, and they will address various cross-cutting topics such as climate change, social equality, sustainable development, housing, public and open spaces, and mobility.

Peer-learning Visits to 12 Cities

The 12 onsite peer-learning visits take place from March to October 2024, based on identified Living Spaces good practices in the following cities and regions:

Participation is limited to one visit per participant to allow as many people as possible to benefit from this opportunity.
Selected participants are expected to dedicate three full days to the visit. Each visit will last 3 days and 2 nights. Participants are expected to travel to the host city/region on the morning of the first day and travel back on the afternoon/evening of the third day.

Who should apply?

  • Active professionals (technical staff and/or elected representatives) working on architecture, public space design and/or urban planning, for local or regional administrations from European Union Member states: 16 places available per visit.
  • Urban planners, architects, representatives from civil society organisations, NGOs, initiatives/projects, thematic associations relevant for the topic of the visit (e.g. in culture, heritage, health, safety and wellbeing, sustainability, mobility, gender equality) in European Member states: 4 places available per visit.
  • Active professionals working on architecture, public space design and/or urban planning, for a national administration in European Union Member states: 5 places available per visit. Attention: participation at cost of your ministry/administration. The allocation of these places will be based on a presentation of specific learning needs and decided on an ad-hoc basis.

How to apply

Find out more about the call and submit your application here by 13th May, 2024.

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