The European Commission has organised an international architectural competition to choose the concept for a sustainable, innovative and efficient building, inspired by the principles of the New European Bauhaus and bringing together science, technology, and culture.
The event will feature interventions by Spanish and European authorities and it will be webstreamed.
- research infrastructure
- Seville, Spain
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- CaixaForumC.C. Torre Seville, Calle López Pintado, 41092 Seville, Spain
- English, Spanish
This building, to be built at the centre of the Isla de La Cartuja in Seville, would become the permanent site of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Seville, Spain, hosting some 400 international researchers.
The building aims to contribute to the architectural quality of the city and – by setting very ambitious life-cycle sustainability requirements – to the achievement of full decarbonisation of the Isla de la Cartuja, as defined in the “eCitySeville” local urban strategy.