New European Bauhaus: new actions and funding to link sustainability to style and inclusion
On 15th September, the Commission adopted a Communication setting out the concept of the New European Bauhaus. This includes a number of policy actions and funding possibilities. The project aims at accelerating the transformation of various economic sectors such as construction and textiles in order to provide access to all citizens to goods that are circular and less carbon intensive.
- View the press release
- View the communication
- View Annex 1 – Report on the co-design phase
- View Annex 2 – Mobilising EU programmes
- View Annex 3 – The New European Bauhaus policy ecosystem
As annouced in the framework of this Communication, the Commission will establish a New European Bauhaus Lab: a ‘think and do tank' to co-create, prototype and test new tools, solutions and policy recommendations. The Lab will continue the movement's collaborative spirit that brings together different walks of life and reaches out to society, industry and politics to connect people and find new ways of creating together.