The grant will award products and services (including rapid prototypes) and/or the co-design of of public realm and commons, adressing at least one of the EIT Community NEB Challenges based on the New European Bauhaus four thematic axes:
- Reconnecting with nature
- Regaining a sense of belonging
- Prioritising the places and people that need it the most
- The need for long-term, life cycle thinking in the industrial ecosystem
All submitted proposals are expected to co-create, build sustainable, beautiful and inclusive public space in alignment with NEB. In terms of public realm development strategy, the projects must comply with at least one of the expected outcome targets:
- Outcome A: Improved quality of a defined public space by implementing the NEB approach. The proposal must have a clear explanation of how and at what level the project contributes to achieve the selected NEB challenge, including a realistic and achievable plan.
- Outcome B: Improved quality of public space by complementing local policy/strategy whilst implementing NEB approach. The proposal must have a clear explanation of how and at what level the project contributes to achieve the selected local strategic plan/documents’ targets, including a realistic and achievable plan. The project must provide clear evidence of implementing the NEB approach
An application must address at least one of the EIT Community NEB Challenges mentioned in Section 3.3; for further information on outputs and impacts, including examples of specific types of activities, please carefully read Section 3.4 of the Call Manual document.