The COST action TU1401 was present at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly which took place 8-13 april 2018 in Vienna, with a number of contributions and with generous support of an ITC gra [read more..]
2-4 March 2018 the 22nd edition of the Karlsruher Dialogues took place, in form of a conference with side events, such as ARTE Film night and performances at the State Theatre of Baden in Karlsruhe, G [read more..]
February 23 and 24 a conference from the series of the current situation of the heritage of the Modern Movement took place in Karlsruhe. The topic of this year was "Urbanity. Theory and actual practic [read more..]
2017 the Faculty of Urbanism at the "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture, which teaches various disciplines of urbanism and landscape urbanism celebrated 20 years of existence on the 8th of November [read more..]
Researcher Night is a Marie Curie action of the European Commission taking place each year in the last week of September. It brings research closer to the general public as research is funded by taxes [read more..]
The botanical garden Vasile Fati of Jibou is created in the former garden of the largest barock castle of Romania, Wesselényi, in the 1960s. It contains two Japanese gardens, the small and the bi [read more..]
The "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urbanism organised this year for the third time exhibitions of student works thought as a competition with prizes, through this following the model of th [read more..]
ILA Institute of Landscape Architecture at BOKU
Vienna is pleased to announce the Park Politics Conference, which we are
organising together with the Az W, the Architectural Centre Vienna. Park
Politi [read more..]
The green project Bad Herrenalb is representing the Landesgartenschau (land garden show) in the land of Baden-Württemberg in Germany in 2017. Bad Herrenalb is a thermal ressort in the mountains o [read more..]
In autumn 2016 a new edition of the Romanian architecture biennale awarded prize and mentions in urbanism and public space. The winner was the master plan of the Danube city of Galati, and two runners [read more..]
The original LE:NOTRE Projects were co-funded by the European Union's Socrates and Lifelong Learning Programmes.
The LE:NOTRE Institute has been established by ECLAS as foundation under Netherlands Law.