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Architecture policy in Austria

In Austria there is no official architecture policy. For the contact with the politicians and the civil servants Austria works with the Plattform für Architekturpolitik und Baukultur, where all relevant institutions in Austria engaged in architecture and architectural culture are joint together....

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Architecture policy in Croatia

The initiative for the development and adoption of the document on Architectural policies was launched by the Department of Architects of the Croatian Chamber of Architects and Civil Engineers in Construction and the Association of Croatian Architects at the 1st Congress of Croatian Architects in...

Architecture policy in Denmark

Denmark’s first national architectural policy was introduced in May 2007, with a ten-point plan describing a range of focus areas and initiatives that will realize the vision to make Denmark a true nation of architecture. The architectural policy’s overall goal is to ensure the development...

Architecture policy in Germany

For further information on the national urban development policy see www.nationale-stadtentwicklungspolitik.de  


Architecture policy in Norway

In August 2009, the Norwegian government launched Norway's first unified architectural policy: "architecture.now". The Norwegian foundation for Design and Architecture in Norway has been assigned a key role in its implementation. The intention of an architectural policy is to promote the quality...

Architecture policy in Scotland 2001

The Scottish Executive’s policy on architecture was published in 2001, setting out 40 government commitments intended to help raise awareness of the value of good building design; to promote recognition of the importance of architecture to the cultural life of Scotland; and to seek improvements...

Architecture policy in Scotland 2007

In 2007 Scotland published a second architecture policy: 'Building our legacy, Statement on Scotland's architecture policy'. To promote the value and benefits of good architecture, encourage debate on the role of architecture in national and local life and further an understanding of the products...

Architecture policy in Scotland 2012

news | 29 may 2012 | Glasgow | Scotland
The Scottish Government is working on new architectural policy. On May 29, 2012 the Minister of culture, Fiona Hyslop, presented the consultation document. According to Hyslop, the main challenges to create a spatial environment of good quality is in creating successful, thriving and sustainable...

Architecture policy in Scotland 2013

Scotland's new policy statement on architecture and place sets out the comprehensive value good design can deliver. Successful places can unlock opportunities, build vibrant communities and contribute to a flourishing economy. The document contains an action plan that sets out the work that will be...