New European Bauhaus
The European Commission’s New European Bauhaus initiative wants to put beauty, inclusivity and sustainability at the heart of how we live. It calls for fresh perspectives and actions to improve everyday quality of life, and asks for design, art and culture to work alongside modern science and technology.
This page highlights editorial content, digital collections and educational resources relevant to New European Bauhaus. Find out more about Europeana’s involvement and how you can join the conversation.
How architects are designing with environmental awareness in mind
Cycling history of the Dutch city with the country's first bicycle path
Preserving, developing and restoring one of the Europe's most important natural treasures
The impact of tourism, and the way forward towards environmental, social and economic harmony.
Discover culture and nature through alternative travel experiences
Where nature is preserved and human's influence is kept in check to protect biodiversity
How a small town in Norway contributed to the return of the European beaver in Scandinavia and beyond
How a flooding disaster in the Netherlands in 1953 was captured on film
Gallery exploring pollution as a negative industrial legacy on our planet and landscapes across Europe.
Discover the influential Bauhaus art and design school, founded by architect Walter Gropius in 1919
Exposure to asbestos - once valued for its qualities - has caused illnesses and death among thousands of workers.
Take a look at conditions and protests at the Bor Mine in Serbia, one of the first environmental protests in Europe.
Discover the artisan cooperative that pioneered modern design and influenced the Bauhaus and Art Deco
English, Language subjects - Lower secondary, Upper secondary
English, Language, Language subjects - Primary school