Call for ideas for the LINA Architecture Platform Program

Call for ideas for the LINA Architecture Platform Program

Challenge Europe with your sustainable, circular and clean architecture project, idea or practice: apply to be part of this year’s LINA architecture programme.

LINA, the European architecture platform, helps architecture to face the climate and environmental crisis. It promotes projects that contribute to making the European Green Deal a reality. LINA is an alliance of architecture museums, universities, research networks, foundations, triennials, biennials and other architectural organizations.

LINA members carry out the LINA architecture program. Participating in their events and activities will increase your project’s visibility and help you take it to the next level through hands-on, in-depth work with qualified curators, researchers, producers, communicators, educators and editors.

We are looking for innovative projects and practices that address the sustainable and environmental challenges of architecture, with the ambition of eventual implementation. We welcome a wide range of projects, social innovations, critical practices, research and speculation that address the everyday, ethical and social implications of the climate and environmental crisis.

Architects, landscape architects, urban planners, designers, engineers, researchers, artists, curators and other early-career creative professionals are invited and encouraged to join our call.

If you would like to actively participate in the development, research, experimentation, publication or other activities contributing to a more sustainable construction and design of our living space and our environment in general, we would like hear what you have to say!

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