Inspired by the co-design phase, which allowed to further define the concept and priorities for the New European Bauhaus actions, we present the first elements of a support framework at EU level. The combination of several EU financing instruments with complementary scopes reflects the transdisciplinarity of the initiative.
The Commission Communication adopted on 15 September 2021 presents plans to build on and mobilise EU funds to support pilot projects, explore new avenues and turn the ideas of the New European Bauhaus movement into reality.
Through the links below, you will find the different EU funding opportunities supporting the initiative. Several calls are presented according to the main type of impact they seek.
Mobilising EU programmes for the transformation of places on the ground (2023-2024)
Fully dedicated or contributing to the New European Bauhaus calls for proposals aiming at supporting the concrete transformation of the built environment and associated lifestyles at local level.
Mobilising EU programmes for the transformation of the enabling environment for innovation (2023-2024)
Fully dedicated or contributing to the New European Bauhaus calls for proposals aiming at supporting innovation aimed at integrating sustainability, inclusion, and aesthetics in new solutions and products.
Mobilising EU programmes for the diffusion of new meanings (2023-2024)
Fully dedicated or contributing to the New European Bauhaus calls for proposals aiming at facilitating a process of questioning our perspectives and mind-set around the values of aesthetics, sustainability and inclusion.
The Commission also invites EU Member States to mainstream the New European Bauhaus core values in their strategies for territorial and socio-economic development, and mobilise the relevant parts of their recovery and resilience plans, as well as the programmes under cohesion policy to build a better future for everyone.