bdla President Prof. Stephan Lenzen and BDA President Susanne Wartzeck in conversation with Chris Kühn, State Secretary BMUV, Greens, and Dr. Anja Weisgerber, CSU
In its coalition agreement, the German government explicitly addresses the issue of climate adaptation and has already launched a number of initiatives in this regard. The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection (BMUV) has now recently published a first draft for a Federal Climate Adaptation Act, which is now being voted on and will probably be submitted to the Bundestag for debate by the end of this year. It is high time for bdla and BDA to discuss this with representatives from the government and the opposition.
News · 16. May 2023
How do we want to live? This is a question that is occupying more and more people in times of growing cities, scarce housing resources and changing lifestyles. What demands do we place on our apartments and houses? How can we live more sustainably and efficiently? What role do green open spaces play for the health and well-being, the quality of life of the residents?
News · 15. May 2023
The 'Sustainability Declaration' is a guideline developed as part of the Phase Sustainability initiative for identifying, discussing and anchoring sustainability goals in the project with the client at an early stage. It is a practical tool for all responsible parties involved in the construction process to enter the topic of sustainability step by step and to accompany the building owners in sustainability issues in a structured manner.
News · 11. May 2023
On the initiative of the German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA), the bdla and other associations, science and organizations are working together in the alliance, 'Together for water-conscious urban development ', to drive the issue forward and move more quickly into large-scale implementation.
News · 10. May 2023
"Transformation - Strengthening Spaces" is the headline of the German Architects' Day DAT23, which will take place on September 29, 2023 at the bcc Berlin Congress Center at Alexanderplatz, organized by the Federal Chamber of Architects.
News · 27. April 2023
Private gardens in German-speaking countries can be submitted until July 5, 2023.
The Callwey publishing house offers for the ninth time the competition GARDENS OF THE YEAR; the best of Landschaftsarchitekt:innen/Betrieben from the garden and landscape gardening in the German-speaking countries designed private gardens are looked for.
News · 27. April 2023
In this year's Biennial, projects can be submitted for the Rosa Barba Casanovas Prize and for the International Prize for Educational Institutions.
News · 26. April 2023
Jury awards first prize and 9 awards
The decision in the competition for the German Landscape Architecture Award 2023 has been made: First Prize goes to the project "Neue Ufer. Überlingen", designed by relais Landschaftsarchitekten Heck Mommsen PartGmbB.
News · 21. April 2023
The Meetup "frischgrün_vernetzt" is intended to promote and consolidate the exchange of ideas and networking within the young landscape architecture scene. Initiator is the working group Young Landscape Architects of the bdla.
News · 05. April 2023
The Europan E17 competition on the theme of "Living Cities 2" was launched on March 27, 2023. Germany is participating in the process with eight locations - Bad Lobenstein, Berlin, Borkum, Ingolstadt, Kassel, Leipzig, Munich and Regensburg. Europan is an architectural and urban planning ideas competition held every two years that brings together European cities with the next generation of architects, urban planners and open space planners.
News · 28. March 2023