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Vancouver passivhaus © WKK architects

Vancouver: a passive vertical house

20/01/2021 • Western Canada’s megacity is about to host the tallest building...

Paris Edison © Manuelle Gautrand Architecture

A slice of countryside in the heart of Paris

18/01/2021 • An oasis of wood and greenery has just emerged in the heart of the...

Porsgrunn © Ivar Kvaal

Norway: offices that produce more energy than they consume

18/01/2021 • Powerhouse is a constellation of Norwegian companies that build...

Budapest

Sustainable construction: Budapest takes initiative

10/01/2021 • The mayor of Budapest is one of the first leaders to have signed the C40...

Diamond Exchange © ZJA – Capital C

Amsterdam: a diamond in the city sky

10/01/2021 • How to transform a bulky and expensive historic building into a centre of the...

Barcelona © Kaspars Upmanis-

Barcelona, ever more pedestrian

09/01/2021 • The city hits the accelerator in car-free neighbourhoods: soon, the...

Atrium © Ronald Lu & partners

Living and working in the offices of tomorrow

15/12/2020 • DivercityMag invites you to explore Mindplace, an office space that...

Bale © Herzog & de Meuron

Basel: learning and shopping in one place?

09/12/2020 • A first in Switzerland (and probably elsewhere too): the first school...

Charleroi © Maxime Delvaux

Are our cities accessible to everybody?

07/12/2020 • We asked Georgios Maillis, the Chief Architect of the City of Charleroi, to read and comment...

Nijmegen © Marcel van der Burg

Nijmegen (Netherlands): building with materials that grow back

06/12/2020 • Two Dutch architects have just received an honourable mention from the jury of...

©-Boston-Dynamics

Luxembourg: construction robots straight out of a science fiction movie

06/12/2020 • The Luxembourg company Stugalux is one of the first in Europe to be equipped...

Horizon 2020 est le plus grand programme de recherche et d'innovation jamais réalisé par l'Union européenne. Outre l'intérêt que lui portent les investisseurs des secteurs public et privé, il bénéficie d'un financement de près de 80 milliards d'euros sur 7 ans (de 2014 à 2020). Horizon 2020 contribuera à la réalisation d'une croissance économique intelligente, durable et inclusive. Son objectif est d'assurer que l'Europe atteigne un niveau scientifique et technologique de classe mondiale, élimine les obstacles freinant l'innovation et facilite la collaboration entre le secteur public et le secteur privé en vue de trouver des solutions aux grands enjeux auxquels la société est confrontée. Ce guide donne des indications détaillées sur le programme.

“What happens in Leuven… changes the world!”

03/12/2020 • The European Commission has just named the City of Leuven...