The New European Bauhaus was launched as an initiative on 16 September 2020 in occasion of the State of the Union speech by Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.

| Beautiful | Sustainable | Together | are the slogans that chart a path that so far leads into the unknown.

The New European Bauhaus is a creative and interdisciplinary initiative, convening a space of encounter to design future ways of living, situated at the crossroads between art, culture, social inclusion, science and technology.

We want to do the same in South Tyrol. We want to brainstorm on this topic at a kick-off event on 8 July at the NOI Techpark within the framework of seven workshops.

Stakeholders from the most diverse fields are called upon to reflect, discuss and debate:

1) What role can South Tyrol play in the New European Bauhaus?

Best practices, experiences, proposals that can be submitted to the European Commission and to the whole of Europe.

2) What value can this initiative have for South Tyrol?

(Is it possible to make our territory beautiful and sustainable together? If so, how?

These and other questions will be answered thanks to the organisers of these seven workshops – CasaClima Agency, Eurac Research and the Free University of Bozen- Bolzano -  in collaboration with the South Tyrolean provincial administration.

The results will be compiled in a manifesto that will identify the "New European Bauhaus Südtirol-Alto Adige". In particular, the view of the Alps with all their peculiarities of a mountain area will be emphasised.

Where: NOI Techpark Via A.Volta Straße 13/A 39100 Bolzano/Bozen

Aim: What does the NEB bring to South Tyrol and how can we contribute with our peculiarities to the "New European Bauhaus" concept Europe-wide?

How? Selected stakeholders are invited to participate in one of the seven workshops and to actively contribute their ideas (working languages: German-English-Italian without interpretation).


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