Aalto’s main event in New European Bauhaus concentrates on radically bold questions.
New European Bauhaus aims to create a movement that will fundamentally and positively change how we live. The target is to build inclusive and attractive societies while also being in peace with nature.
Aalto’s main event during the New European Bauhaus co-creation phase will encourage all participants to collaboratively rethink on a systemic and philosophical level. İdil Gaziulusoy, Assistant Professor of Sustainable Design will be chairing the event.
What should we leave behind and let go of with the New European Bauhaus to create the new principles of inclusion, sustainability and aesthetics? What should be “the new” in the New European Bauhaus?
Which principles of inclusion the New European Bauhaus should adopt? Who needs to be included and considered in decisions of today? Who are excluded from the discussions currently? Whose voices are unheard?
What are the questions the New European Bauhaus should be asking about the future of our planet and us as a species? What should be the values basis of the New European Bauhaus to facilitate transitions to post-carbon, sustainable futures?
What should be the inspiring new principles of aesthetics promoted by the New European Bauhaus that will guide designers during the coming decades? What kind of aesthetic experiences are aligned with the inclusion and sustainability aspirations of the New European Bauhaus?