Webinar #3: Meet startups that make the New Bauhaus go to market!

Is the New European Bauhaus compatible with a business approach?

Can we develop solutions that both embed the inspirational values of NEB – sustainable, beautiful, inclusive – and hit a competitive market?

The webinar will explore these questions in company of three startups that developed NEB-by-design solutions, with the support of a dedicated mentoring and funding programme launched by the EIT Community NEB.

 

Natalia Vera, from Climate KIC, will introduce the NEB Journey proposed by the EIT Community New European Bauhaus to support innovators and accelerate start-ups.

Then three startups will present their projects, how the support received help them reach one step further, and what comes next:

  • Geoffrey Eberle will introduce the NEST solution (Spain), a façade panel technology that creates living spaces for the fauna and flora within the urban environment, while improving building’s acoustic and thermal performance.
  • Anastasya Syvolob will tell us about LIFE, a Ukrainian startup that commercialises affordable prefabricated eco-friendly dome homes
  • Moujan Mahdian will present IMPERFECT (Belgium), an online platform enabling circular construction with streamlined audits of reclaimed materials and integrated environmental impact tracking.

Participants will finally propose recommendations for entrepreneurs and applicants wishing to follow their path.

Date: 24th May, 11:30 CET

Registration link here.

NEBULA at the New European Bauhaus Festival, gathering several EU-funded projects

The NEBULA team participated to the New European Bauhaus Festival in Brussels, from 9 to 13 April 2024.

The NEB Festival aims to bring together people from all walks of life to debate and shape our future. The second edition of the Festival explored topics such as shelter and living environments, land and water, fashion and human wellbeing in light of the changing environment. An inclusive and human-centric approach aims to inspire and engage individuals in embracing sustainable choices and fostering a deep connection to the New European Bauhaus movement.

NEBULA organised a booth hosting several EU-Funded projects related to the construction sector. The  REGEN, INPERSO, REHOUSE, Eyes Hearts Hands and RINNO projects featured their respective activities and solutions, and had a unique opportunity for networking.

Visit NEBULA at the NEB Festival!

Join the NEBULA partners in Brussels on 9—13 April at our dedicated booth in the Fair area of the New European Bauhaus Festival.

Hosted by the European Commission, this Festival is an event where imagination meets sustainability and inclusivity for a beautiful future!

You will be able to meet several projects funded by the Built4People Partnership at the NEBULA booth: EHHUR, RINNO, REGEN, INPERSO and REHOUSE.

Come and visit us!

Registration open for the second webinar ‘New Bauhaus Stories’: meet NEB prize awardees!

The second webinar of the NEW BAUHAUS STORIES series  is a satellite event to the NEB Festival, and aims to review and discuss some specific projects with their authors who were awarded a NEB prize.

  • Xifré’s Rooftop: “Floating” Wild Garden

Award category (2021): Buildings renovated in a spirit of circularity

A heritage building rooftop in Barcelona was renovated with a dual purpose: architecture and ecology. Covering an early 19th-century block of ten buildings, this contemporary roof garden creates a “floating” wild space that enhances urban biodiversity and opportunities for social interaction between neighbours.

Speaker: Sergio Carratalá,, CEO and founder, MataAlta Design Studio

 

  • ERDEN PURE Walls

Award category (2021): Techniques, materials and processes for construction and design

The project from Austria uses prefabricated unstabilised rammed earth as a building material that is 100% natural and recyclable. The material is unstabilised because no cement is added to the mixture: this enables the walls, besides their natural, earthy look, to passively regulate indoor temperature and humidity. The raw material is excavated as waste product from local construction sites. ERDEN engages with local craftsmen, carpenters or ceramicists to co-design each solution.

Speaker: Martin Rauch, Founder and Managing Director, Lehm Ton Erde Baukunst GmbH

 

  • De Korenbloem housing project with ‘invisible care’

Award category (2022): Prioritising the places and people that need it the most

De Korenbloem is a housing project for vulnerable residents in Belgium. This “care campus” is designed for people with dementia, stroke-related disabilities, and somatic symptom disorder. It combines residential buildings with a network of facilities, such as day-care and a neighbourhood services centre. The project aims to advance adapted, multifunctional and socially integrated care systems that reduce isolation.

Speaker: Kristof Claeys, Managing director, De Korenbloem

Date: 16 April 2024.

Registration link here

This webinar is hosted by the BUILD UP platform

 

Nebula project launches New European Bauhaus webinar series

The Nebula project is launching a series of webinars, entitled ‘New Bauhaus Stories’.

The first episode of the series, held on 14 March 2024 at 10:30 AM CET, will focus on Co-creation in urban regeneration – Insights from New European Bauhaus (NEB) and Cities Mission projects.

The session, co-organised with the CRAFT project, aims to discuss how two ongoing urban regeneration schemes are being co-designed with citizens and various stakeholders from the construction value chain.

Two demonstration sites will present their respective approaches:

  • Pedersgata, Stavanger, Norway [NEB-STAR project]

The Pedersgata area is a mature urban neighbourhood in the city centre of Stavanger, featuring a mix of traditional wooden houses, high-rise buildings, restaurants and shops. The district has the highest poverty rate in the city, but also strong local involvement and an artistic and creative scene.

As a first phase, the NEB-STAR project is testing a series of co-design tools to involve local residents and professionals. In particular, we will present how the architectural office works together with the local chamber of commerce, property owners, social and youth entrepreneurship to regenerate the area with place-based and community-based interventions.

Speakers: Helen and Hard Architecture Office, participants in the NEB-STAR Pedersgata and Site4016 Testbeds

 

  • Quay district in Bruges, Belgium [Re-value project]

The City of Bruges will present the Quay District (Kaaidistrict) as a structuring element in its climate-neutrality strategy. The Quay District is an urban port area that connects the city centre with the harbour, with a coherent and ambitious vision of the future. In Re-Value, Bruges works together with the harbour authorities, digital twin and climate strategy experts, local cultural organisations, schools and youth, local maker spaces and food producers, to interweave the different functions, driven by spatial efficiency, economic profitability, as drivers for actionable, sustainable lifestyles.

Speakers: from the City of Bruges

Click here to register for the webinar.

For information on the next episodes, visit this page.

NEBULA is gathering B4P projects at the New European Bauhaus Festival

The New European Bauhaus Festival will kick start on 9th April in Brussels, with an inspiring programme of events.

The NEBULA partners will hold a booth at the NEB Fair with several other projects funded by the European Commission and Built4People Partnership .

Let’s me you there!

Join the NEBULA project session at the ECP Conference in March!

The 10th ECTP Conference will be held on 5-6 March 2024 in Brussels. Stakeholders from innovation in the whole construction value-chain will share their experience and representatives of the European Commission will inform the attendees about the latest policy development related to the sector, and outline how the EU Construction Industry is at the heart of the Built Environment green and digital transitions.

The NEBULA partners DOWEL Innovation and ECTP will lead a special session during day 1, entitled Networking clusters through Europe to reach the ambitions of the B4P Partnership and of the New European Bauhaus.

NEBULA is also organising an exhibition of roll-up posters dedicated to the dissemination of information and/or results of European projects. The available spaces will be allocated (free of charge) to registered conference attendees on a first come first served basis.

More information: https://www.ectp.org/ectp-conferences/ectp-conference-2024

Save the date: NEBULA at Sustainable Places!

Come and meet NEBULA’s partners at Sustainable Places the 14th, 15th and 16th of June in Madrid! NEBULA will hold different sessions, including its first matchmaking as a free of charge and hybrid side event, on Wednesday the 14th of June 2023.

This matchmaking session will aim to expose the B4P Stakeholders Community, ECTP members, WorldGBC members and members of European clusters to relevant upcoming European and national funding opportunities related to the New European Bauhaus (NEB). The NEB is a creative and interdisciplinary initiative from the European Commission that connects the European Green Deal to our living spaces and experiences. It calls on all of us to imagine and build together a sustainable and inclusive future that is beautiful for our eyes, minds, and souls.

A second NEBULA session will be organise as part of Sustainable Places, with return of experience of some of the first NEB and B4P funded projects, to share good practices and enhance synergies between the Built4People and the NEB.

Sustainable Places prides itself on being an ideal platform for the dissemination of research, the conduct of workshops, EU project clustering and networking between stakeholders of all types. Besides NEBULA’ sessions, you will be able to participate in many different sessions on the following topics: Energy Communities, Smart Cities and Urban Transition; Sustainable Construction & Renovation; Climate Change mitigation and adaptation and many more.

Get your ticket for Sustainable Places here on the event’s website.

Are you interested in the matchmaking event? Stay tuned, the registration link will soon come!

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Built4People partnership event | 10 May 2023

#Built4People partnership event | 10 May 2023
What it is, how it works and what the upcoming opportunities and the policies behind it are?

Come and join us in this informative event, highlighting the opportunities of the Built4People programme for the #Luxembourg actors in the sector!
We will present practical examples of how to prepare and participate in a project, and explain the support available from Luxinnovation to build a successful project.

#Built4People (B4P) focuses on the built environment, with the aim to catalyse the transition to a people- centric, climate-neutral, sustainable and smart built environment.

AGENDA
14:00 Welcome & Introduction – Luxinnovation
▶ Built4People partnership – alain zarli, Secretary General, ECTP – European Construction, built environment and energy efficient building Technology Platform
▶ Next B4P topics and expectations for potential Luxembourg teams – Dr Sylvain Kubicki, Lead Innovation and Research Associate, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)
▶ Feedback on Horizon 2020 experience from SNHBM – Julien Bertucci, Head of Sustainable Development and Innovation, SNHBM – Société Nationale des Habitations à Bon Marché S.A.
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee break
▶ Example from a coordinator: FORTESIE project – Anastasia Garbi, Head of R&D, EUROPEAN DYNAMICS
▶ Horizon Europe Luxembourg National Contact Point : support services for Luxembourg applicants – Sanna Alaranta, Senior Advisor, Luxinnovation

Register here 👇
https://lnkd.in/eR2QWEgj

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Webinar about upcoming funding opportunities for Energy in the Horizon Europe programme

Would you like to learn more about upcoming funding opportunities for Energy in the Horizon Europe programme? Join our webinar on 19th July to hear about upcoming calls and learn more about the “Built4People” funding opportunities from Alain Zarli, Secretary General of the European Construction Technology Platform.

Agenda

  • Welcome & Housekeeping: Viola Hay | Innovate UK KTN
  • Introduction: Conall McGinley | Innovate UK
  • Introduction to Destinations 3 & 4 (mention upcoming Work Programme). Guarantee and recently launched IFS system: Conall McGinley | Innovate UK
  • Overview of Built4People: Alain Zarli, ECTP – Secretary General
  • Call to action – The support available to potential applicants (NCPs, KTN, Innovate UK Edge): Conall McGinley Innovate UK & Viola Hay | Innovate UK KTN
  • Q&A
  • Close

Speakers

  • Conall McGinley, Horizon Europe UK National Contact Point for Energy & Global Innovation Lead for Energy | Innovate UK
  • Alain Zarli, Secretary General | ECTP
  • Viola Hay, Knowledge Transfer Manager – European Programmes | Innovate UK KTN

This webinar has been completed.

Find the slides here.