WGIN selected as partner of the New European Bauhaus


The World Green Infrastructure Network (WGIN) has been selected as official partner of the New European Bauhaus (NEB).

The New European Bauhaus initiative aims to connect the European Green Deal to our living spaces by calling on all Europeans to imagine and build together a sustainable and inclusive future that is beautiful for our eyes, minds, and souls.

Being inspired by the 1920s Bauhaus current, that synthesized scientific, technological and artistic innovation and transformation, the NEB pushes for cross-disciplinary debates and ideas to rethink our current practices and rebuild our places according to the principles of, sustainability, quality of experience and inclusiveness.

During the co-design phase of the initiative, the New European Bauhaus teamed up with inspiring networks, associations, and organisations that are committed to act as promoters and key interlocutors throughout the project.

WGIN is proud to join the community of NEB partners, which include leading architecture, design and urban planning schools, universities, NGOs as well as networks of cities, mayors and local authorities.

Through the inputs of contributors and partners, the NEB co-design phase will lead to the launch of at least five concrete pilot projects in different EU Member states, as innovative projects bringing the new Bauhaus concept to life.

Green infrastructure, such as green roofs and walls, are a perfect example of combining sustainability with aesthetic and inclusiveness and can greatly help reconnect nature and human beings in cities and urban areas across Europe.

The full list of official partners can be found here

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