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New NTNU Bauhaus

NTNU and the New European Bauhaus


NTNU is official partner of the EU commission's New European Bauhaus initiative. This will be an important and exciting partnership for the entire University.

 

 

The goals, expectations and the potential of the official partnership will be introduced in the first of a series of workshops to co-design NTNU’s New European Bauhaus partnership​​​​. This workshop is open to all scientific and administrative staff at NTNU and SINTEF and takes place from 1pm to 3:30pm, on May 19, 2021​.

All participants will have the possibility to present projects and experiences, to discuss with colleagues what could be done, to co-design the scope of our collaboration, and to plan for new activities together – in NTNU, Norway, Europe and globally.

By connecting science and technology with artistic and practice-based research in the cultural and creative sectors, social sciences and humanities, we can create the knowledge necessary to shape climate-neutral futures that are desirable and sustainable, attractive and inclusive.

Drawing on a diverse range of research methodologies — from scientific to practice- based and artistic —, NTNU explores the potentials, impacts and values of novel alliances across sectors, actors and contexts.

Sustainability, aesthetics and inclusion should be seen as complementary and interrelated dimensions. This allows us to imagine and explore novel pathways to impact and to take decisive steps toward achieving widespread climate-neutrality.

Registration for the NTNU co-designing workshop is requested. Only registered participants will receive further information regarding the agenda and the link to join the workshop.

Hosted by AD

The NTNU partnership is hosted by NTNU Faculty of Architecture and Design