Bauhaus Earth Fellows Baukreisel harvesting materials. Video: Baukreisel
Bauhaus Earth Fellowship Program
Deadline September 17, 2023
Bauhaus Earth

Attention all emerging international practitioners in architecture, design, engineering, and the arts! The second Open Call for Bauhaus Earth fellowships is now open, offering the opportunity to contribute to the development of a powerful aesthetic for a sustainable architecture of the future.

The Bauhaus Earth Fellowship Program (BE-FELLOW) welcomes proposals for experimental projects that generate new knowledge about regional, bio-based, and circular construction. Projects supported by the Fellowship Program aim to produce architectural artifacts of a manageable scale that provide tangible and measurable demonstrations of new ways of building. They should aim for longevity and be integrated into a real-world, social context.

BE-FELLOW offers a unique collaborative research environment, enabling Fellows to develop and implement their projects with the BE-FELLOW team and project-specific partners. The program is designed to encourage open and interdisciplinary collaboration, providing a platform for Fellows to explore ideas and bring them to life.

BE-FELLOW is a collaboration between Bauhaus Earth and Experimental. Based in Berlin and Brandenburg, it complements the practice-oriented LAB and global think tank of Bauhaus Earth.

Fellowship projects are open-ended and can last from 3 to 12 months, starting in early 2024. Applications are now open until September 17, 2023. For more information about the program and how to apply, visit the BE-FELLOW site and submit your proposal now!

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