The Eco-Century Project®
Architecture, city and landscape through the prism of planetary resources | Research and culture programme
Learning to build, maintain and live differently in our buildings, cities and territories is becoming a critical issue for our future on Earth. It is only through a methodical survey of the architecture-city-environment relationship that a new generation of professionals and experts will be capable of making sustainable development a reality.
The Braillard Architects Foundation and its partners are launching the research and culture programme called The Eco-Century Project®: architecture, city and landscape through the prism of planetary resources.
The programme questions the links between functions, shapes and values of our built environment with regard to ecological transition.
Through its principles of enunciation, its application protocols and the forms and contents of its results (research, research-by-design, conferences, seminars, etc.), The Eco-Century Project® also constitutes a quality label. It is awarded by the Braillard Architects Foundation to organisations, institutions and processes associating the objectives of ecological transition with the tools and devices of architectural, urban and landscape projects, following a review and monitoring procedure.