New European Bauhaus festival, a week full of ideas!

As the NEB Festival takes place, find out how the principles of beauty, sustainability and inclusion can also be used in your Interreg NPA project!


The New European Bauhaus initiative connects the European Green Deal to our daily lives and living spaces. It calls on all citizens to imagine and build together a sustainable and inclusive future that is beautiful for the eyes, minds, and souls.

The idea of the New European Bauhaus is to make the places where we live better, by researching and creating new ideas. We want to make them nicer, eco-friendly, and welcoming to everyone.

This means engaging with people is central to make them more aware of the EU Green Deal objectives and take part in making communities greener.

The New European Bauhaus Festival, where imagination meets sustainability and inclusivity for a beautiful future!

The festival takes place in Brussels from the 9th to the 13th of April but it can be followed online as well. At this link you can view the programme, recorded sessions and live stream.

During interactive sessions, workshops, demonstrations, and artistic performances, you will discover and experience the innovative power of Europe in building a common future that is not only visually stunning but also mindful of our collective well-being.

The NEB Toolbox

The New European Bauhaus Toolbox is a collection of tools that can be used for including the New European Bauhaus values and vision in your cooperation projects. 

It is most effective when used at the beginning of a project. It helps with co-design through practical tools, workshops, and good examples of how to implement New European Bauhaus values effectively.

It serves as a comprehensive resource for public and private authorities and other project owners, enabling to kickstart transformative actions. By using this toolkit for your initiative, you can find additional ways to make  sustainable, inclusive, and beautiful projects.

Read more about the Toolbox here.


 Download the NEB Toolbox


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