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     197  0 Kommentare The New European Bauhaus Prizes 2024 showcase sustainable, inclusive and beautiful projects all around Europe

    BRUSSELS, April 12, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, the Commission announced 20 laureates of the New European Bauhaus (NEB) Prizes 2024, for the fourth year in a row, organised with funding from the Cohesion Policy.

    These prizes reward outstanding projects and initiatives that combine sustainability, inclusion and aesthetics, demonstrating how the European Green Deal transition can practically enrich the lives of people and communities. The prizes are awarded in four categories and two strands: one for established projects (the "New European Bauhaus Champions") and one for promising initiatives from younger applicants (the "New European Bauhaus Rising Stars").

    The 2024 edition includes a special award for reconstruction projects from Ukraine, as well as a strong focus on EU regions facing socio-economic constraints or green transition challenges.

    Winners received their awards today during a ceremony at the New European Bauhaus Festival from Elisa Ferreira, Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, and Iliana Ivanova, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, in the presence of Vsevolod Chentsov, Ambassador of Ukraine to the European Union.

    New European Bauhaus Prizes 2024 laureates

    The winners and runners-up of the 'New European Bauhaus Champions' prize for accomplished projects are:

    • Map4Water: One thousand fountains city (Bosnia and Herzegovina) won the public vote conducted across all the categories. The project is mapping and enhancing public water fountains in Sarajevo, with broad public involvement including the local authority, citizens and tourists.
    • Făget Forest Park; Cluj's Green Lung (Romania), winner in the category "Reconnecting with nature", for managing recreation in and conservation of a large forest-park.
    • Flytevi – Blue Urban Community Garden (Sweden), runner-up in the category "Reconnecting with nature", for empowering communities with sustainable food and water solutions.
    • SET Community Gardens (The Netherlands), winner in the category "Regaining a sense of belonging", for connecting generations from diverse socio-cultural backgrounds through an urban permaculture community garden and centre.
    • Concrete to Culture (Bulgaria), runner-up in the category "Regaining a sense of belonging", for transforming an office complex in the outskirts of Sofia into an active community space.
    • Rooftop Garden (Spain), winner in the category "Prioritising the places and people that need it the most", for promoting the social inclusion of people with disabilities through horticulture.
    • Yes We Camp (France), runner-up in the category "Prioritising the places and people that need it the most", for empowering communities through space activation initiatives.
    • A Sustainable Campus Transformation (Luxembourg), winner in the category "Shaping a circular industrial ecosystem and supporting life-cycle thinking", for renovating buildings using reclaimed materials to minimise environmental impact.
    • Re-Sourcing Commons (Austria), runner-up in the category "Shaping a circular industrial ecosystem and supporting life-cycle thinking", for promoting sustainability by using reclaimed materials and ensuring community collaboration in a public park.

    The winners and runners-up of the 'New European Bauhaus Rising Stars' prize for promising concepts are:

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    The New European Bauhaus Prizes 2024 showcase sustainable, inclusive and beautiful projects all around Europe BRUSSELS, April 12, 2024 /PRNewswire/ - Today, the Commission announced 20 laureates of the New European Bauhaus (NEB) Prizes 2024, for the fourth year in a row, organised with funding from the Cohesion Policy. These prizes reward outstanding …