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LINA Project

23/04/2022

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A new European architecture platform, 2022-2025

International open call for architectural projects dealing with the climate crisis. The deadline for APPLICATIONS is September 12, 2022.

In June this year, the new European architecture platform LINA was launched. The platform, which is supporting emerging professionals in the field of architecture, brings together 28 European and Mediterranean organizations. The platform received a grant from the Creative Europe fund and involve 8 European biennials, triennials and festivals, 3 museums, 2 galleries, 3 foundations, 4 research networks and laboratories, 2 publishing houses and 6 universities from 23 countries. The platform is coordinated by the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Ljubljana and is directed by Matevž Čelik, who was also responsible for the previously successful Future Architecture platform.

The aim of LINA is to mobilize the European architectural sector for clean, circular and sustainable architectural projects in connection with the new European Bauhaus. It will bring together efforts to tackle climate and environmental challenges in the field of architecture in a European programme of research, workshops, architectural exhibitions, conferences and publishing projects. It will support ideas that bring about the aesthetic, sustainable and inclusive elements of change needed to deliver the European Green Deal.

Platform members: Beta, Timisoara Architecture Biennale, Tbilisi Architecture Biennale, Forecast Berlin, Theatrum Mundi Paris/London, Copenhagen Architecture Festival, Belgrade International Architecture Week, Sarajevo Architecture Days, Kosovo Architecture Foundation, Irish Architecture Foundation, Mies van der Rohe Foundation Barcelona, Graz Architecture House, Gallery VI PER Prague, Estonian Architecture Museum Talinn, MAXXI National Museum of XXI Century Art Rome, Swiss Architecture Museum Basel, ArchitektÅ«ros fondas Vilnius, Dpr-Barcelona, Architectuul Berlin, Association of Architects of Istria, Luma Foundation Arles, Architecture Triennale Oslo, Architecture Triennale Lisbon, Design Academy Eindhoven, Barleti University Tirana, Notre Dame Louiaize University, Beirut,  Institute of Architecture and Design at Technical University of Vienna, Department of Architectural Design at the ETSAM, Polytechnic University of Madrid

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