The Eco-Century Project Label
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.
The award procedure
Any established organisation, institution or process (public, private and civil society) wishing to benefit from the Eco-Century Project® Label is invited to submit a request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Braillard Architects Foundation will examine the request and propose a specific procedure for analysing, examining and monitoring the request, its details and its results, in order to determine its legitimacy and merits. The Eco-Century Project® Label is awarded for a fixed period.
- LUXEMBOURG IN TRANSITION
The Department of Spatial Planning of the Ministry of Energy and Spatial Planning, Grand-Ducal decree of Luxembourg, launched the urban-architectural and landscape consultation Luxembourg in Transition – Territorial visions for the carbon-free and prospective future of the Luxembourg functional region.This consultation aims to bring together strategic spatial planning proposals and generate ecological transition scenarios by 2050 for the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and its border territories. It is inspired by major consultation projects such as the Greater Paris or Greater Geneva. Luxembourg in Transition is a process that encourages the setting up of multidisciplinary teams from various backgrounds for a new transitional and prospective approach to territories. Luxembourg in Transition is aimed at professionals but also at universities, technical colleges and research organizations with expertise in the fields of land use planning, town planning, landscape and architecture, with specialisation in the disciplines of environment as well as human and social sciences.