Design, architecture and spatial planning
City for All?, a public art festival hosted by the Institut Français in India, part of Bonjour India 2022, aims to study and generate inclusive areas, with a focus on the role of gender, and how it shapes public spaces and urban experiences for all.
The 2021 Annual report of the ICC programme presents the activities organised during the year, as well as the tools and methodologies developed to assist local and regional authorities worldwide in the design, implementation and review of intercultural policies, in line with the integration approach endorsed through Recommendation CM/Rec(2015)1.
To better understand current trends in the disability design field, the NEA commissioned a field scan, which included a review of recent research and news articles as well as interviews with key subject matter experts. This report provides a summary of the field scan, sharing current trends and making recommendations for disability design in public spaces and for the human body and mind.
The report "Towards a Common Architectural Culture - Investing in a High Quality Living Environment for All" proposes ways in which architecture and the wider built environment could be of better quality and what conditions it should meet. It emphasises the need for a culture-based approach to the living environment.
IN CELEBRATION of the National Arts Month, the National Committee on Architecture and the Allied Arts (NCAAA) of The National Committee on Culture and The Arts (NCCA) in cooperation with CulturAid, Inc., presents SAAN KA LULUGAR? | Conversations on Spaces in a Post-Pandemic World, a blended event composed of webinars, live-stream build and a design competition.
According to a survey commissioned by the Arts Promotion Centre, 72 per cent of respondents want art in their everyday environment.