For the support of the procedure E16 “Living Cities” Europan is looking for student employees.
- Support Europan office
- weekly working time approx. 8h (flexible - on an hourly basis)
- public relations: minor graphic work, maintenance of Instagram account, website
- general office tasks e.g. sending catalogs, creating lists, ordering office supplies
- support at events.
If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Finally – all received queries have been answered. In addition, further requested documents have been uploaded today (see file “New documents” on the Europan Europa Server) and – for those who did not see them yet – the reports from colloquia are also online (see Europan Europa Server or under Competition E16 on the website www.europan.de). We are excited and looking forward to your contributions.
MDR has joined us on our Site-Visit in Wernigerode and featured us in MDR-Aktuell.
You can now stream the video via their media library.
Copyright: Tino Semmer/Polyluchs Kreativagentur
Successful opening event of Europan Germany with almost 200 interested participants.
With: Prof.in Dr. Andea Benze (Munich University of Applied Sciences), Prof.in Dr. Iris Reuther (Senate Building Director of the Hanseatic City of Bremen), Ali Saad (Bureau Ruiz Saad – Architecture Urbanism Research), Dr. Anne Schmedding (Head of Foundation Projects Stiftung Berliner Leben), Prof.in Dr. Tatjana Schneider (Institute for History and Theory of Architecture and the City, TU Braunschweig), Prof.in Melanie Humann (Urban Catalyst GmbH and TU Dresden), Dr. Saskia Hebert (subsolar* architektur und stadtforschung), Prof. Jens Metz (Schule für Architektur Saar) and many more.
On May 7, the event will get underway. In the opening event of Europan Germany, the 5 German locations will be presented with their tasks and experts from architecture and urban development will illuminate the topic “Living Cities” with short inputs.
Among them will be: Prof. Dr. Andea Benze (Munich University of Applied Sciences), Prof. Dr. Iris Reuther (Senate Building Director of the Hanseatic City of Bremen), Ali Saad (Bureau Ruiz Saad - Architecture Urbanism Research), Dr. Anne Schmedding (Head of Foundation Projects Stiftung Berliner Leben), Prof. Dr. Tatjana Schneider (Institute for History and Theory of Architecture and the City, TU Braunschweig), Prof. Melanie Humann (Urban Catalyst GmbH and TU Dresden) , Dr. Saskia Hebert (subsolar* architektur und stadtforschung), Prof. Jens Metz (Schule für Architektur Saar) and many more.
The event will take place online on May 7, 2021 from 2pm to 6pm. All are welcome to participate.
The new E16 competition on the theme of “Living Cities” will start on April 5, 2021. Germany is represented with 5 locations.
For more information, see Competition E16.
The Inter-Sessions Forum E15/E16 will take place from 18. to 22.1.2021 as a virtual forum. It offers a platform for exchange and debate between cities, experts and participants of the procedures E15 and E16.
Under the following link you will find the program as well as the link for registration. Participation after registration is free of charge. Save the date! Register now!
The project “Unbreak My Hardt” in Schwäbisch Gmünd, which emerged from an entry in the competition E13 “The Adaptable City 2”, is a project of the IBA network of the IBA’27 StadtRegion Stuttgart. We are looking forward to it!
The catalog for E15 “The Productive City 2” has been published by Jovis Verlag. With contributions by Dieter Läpple, Uta Schneider, Peter Stubbe, Stefan Werrer and Irene Wiese-von Ofen.
The project EUROPAN 12 of the WBG Nuremberg is based on the winning design of the competition E12 for the Nuremberg site and was realized by fabriK - B Architekten. Congratulations!
The city of Selb will commission the realization of the open space planning of the design “Scherben bringen Glück – das produktive Herzstück” for the redesign of the station surroundings. Congratulations!
Since January 1, 2020 you will find the office of Europan Deutschland e.V. at Frizz23. Please note the new contact details.
+49 30 399 185 49
+49 30 399 185 50