LINA (Learn, Interact and Network in Architecture), the European architecture platform, calls upon emerging architects and other creatives to share their ideas, projects, or practices that might help make the European Green Deal a reality.
Estonian Museum of Architecture is a member of the newly-minted alliance of architectural museums, universities, research networks, foundations, triennials, biennials, and other architectural organisations: key players that can help big ideas reach the right ears. Through the call for projects, open until 12 September, representatives of these institutions will act as jurors to select 15 standout projects. Selected authors, LINA fellows, and members of LINA will connect and decide on the best ways in which to feature selected projects in specific events of the LINA Architecture Programme.
The goal of the platform is to steer the architectural sector towards sustainable, circular and clean practices. As there exists a plethora of such initiatives, the platform connects and amplifies their efforts. Member institutions contribute to the LINA Architecture Programme with conferences, mentorship programs, workshops and various other events. Authors of the selected projects are invited to contribute: LINA highlights these new and emerging voices, giving them an international platform. The programme, headed by Matevž Čelik and the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Ljubljana, is a continuation of the Future Architecture Platform.
To join the call, visit www.lina.community and challenge Europe with your sustainable, circular, and clean architecture project, idea or practice.