The European Commission encouraged Romanian stakeholders for science communication and outreach at the end of September - begin of October. Among the events were Urban Fest and Research Night. Profess [read more..]
The Venice architecture biennale 2016 stays under the sign of reporting about the crisis. It is interesting to see how different nations understand the crisis, between economic, ecologic, refugees, na [read more..]
Palazzo Altemps, one of the Roman museums, hosts the exhibition "La forza delle rovine" (the force of ruins) this time. The exhibition is coupled to so-called "conversations" at the Theatre of Rome. E [read more..]
1715 the count Karl Wilhelm put the foundation of one of the most astonishing planned cities: the city of Karlsruhe. Designed with half of it forest, the urban forest and park are still in the middle [read more..]
I.O.R. park (also known as Alexandru Ioan Cuza park or Titan park) is one of the significant parks from the Socialist time in Bucharest. Designing the park started 1965 and it was finished 1970. The p [read more..]
The national poet of Romania, Eminescu, lived in this part of the country, and the lyrics illustrated communion with nature. While candidating as European capital of culture along with Cluj and Buchar [read more..]
In the Gabroveni inn, recently restored from EEA grants, the doors were opened by exhibitions of ArCUB, one of them dealing with "Memory" to participatively collect memories of the city in photography [read more..]
The Museum of the City of Bucharest, together with the "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urbanism present the results of a research project on former gardens in the historic centre of Buchare [read more..]
The Village Museum in Bucharest is the first institution to receive the "country brand" certificate. Situated on the "Emerald necklace" of the Le Notre forum 2015, the museum is one contributing to Ro [read more..]
2014, at its 25th anniversary, Minieurope unveiled its "Remember 14-18" trail. This includes links to existing monuments (such as the Mogosoaia palace of Romania) but also 5 models of cemeteries [read more..]
The EU funded (through the Culture scheme) project "Art Nouveau and Ecology" is nearing the end. The final symposium will take place in Ljubljana in March 2015, along with the related travelling exhib [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.