On May 20th will take place the first Bauhaus of the Seas co-design event, a Conference designed to offer the opportunity of learning more about and participate in the development of the New European Bauhaus initiative, while contributing to the Bauhaus of the Seas Vision. The event is being co-organized by the CMU Portugal Program, Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, Instituto Superior Técnico and MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology.
The “Bauhaus of the Seas” was the first thematic network proposed in the context of the co-creation phase of the New European Bauhaus. Also known as “marhaus” (literally “the sea as our home”) or “baumar” (“the sea as a space for creation and impact entrepreneurship”), the initiative aims to promote renewed ethical and aesthetic regenerative development from a widely diverse range of dimensions of our continued relationship with the sea. This network will involve fostering a school of interdisciplinary experimentation and entrepreneurship, bound to shape a generation of designers, architects, engineers, artists, managers, and scientists around sustainable design solutions for coastal regions and the sea.
The event will count on the participation of multi-disciplinary speakers including Government representatives, researchers, and policymakers from the European Commission and member countries.
More about the Bauhaus of the Seas initiative at and the full Program at https://bauhaus-seas.eu/.
Registration is free but mandatory until May 19th.