Architects Council of Europe (ACE)
Conseil des Architectes d'Europe (CAE)
1990-05-11 Treviso Italy
Founded 11 May 1990, Treviso (Italy), by 17 organizations representing the architectural profession in the 15 countries of the European Community. Replaces U-XE0106 - Liaison Committee of the Architects of the United Europe. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. EU Transparency Register: 15914681331-83.
Anticipate and monitor relevant policy and legislative developments at EU level so as to: architectural quality in the built environment; support sustainable development in the construction sector; ensure high standards of qualifications for architects; advocate quality in architectural practice; take full account of users needs; foster cross-border practice; enhance the image of the profession; promote architecture in Europe.
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General Assembly (2 a year); Executive Board; Secretariat.
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