Creative Space

Bauhaus & Inclusive Cities Centre

(Official Partner of the EU Bauhaus Initiative)

We have recently launched our Bauhaus & Inclusive Cities Centre and we are proud to announce that we are an official partner of the New European Bauhaus Initiative powered by the European Commission. You can read more about the initiative here.  

The centre is focusing on implementing the New European Union Bauhaus Initiative in Eastern Europe and in countries that have difficulties in attracting EU funds focused on R&D and capacity building (skills, competences). 

EU's Bauhaus Initiative has the following goals (source: EU Commission): 

  • Bring citizens, experts, businesses, and Institutions together and facilitate conversations about making tomorrow’s living spaces more affordable and accessible. 

  • Mobilise designers, architects, engineers, scientists, students, and creative minds across disciplines to reimagine sustainable living in Europe and beyond.

  • Strive to improve the quality of our living experience. It will highlight the value of simplicity, functionality, and circularity of materials without compromising the need for comfort and attractiveness in our daily lives.

  • Provide financial support to innovative ideas and products through ad-hoc calls for proposals and through coordinated programs included in the Multi-Annual Financial Framework.

Available products and services for our customers and partners: 

Brainstorming Session

Multi-stakeholder engagement toolkit

Features: a toolkit enabling co-creation and participatory engagement focused on civil engineering, architecture, sustainable design, public sector and societal engagement in the co-production of Bauhaus-inspired residential and public spaces. 

Go Team

Mindset changing and impactful public communication toolkit

Features: methodologies on how to better engage society into Bauhaus projects and how to better represent their roles and interest in a bottom-up democratic process. This is aimed at ensuring that societal actors understand the importance of their engagement in co-creating their future living spaces. 

Construction Site Wood Cutting

Lifecycle analysis toolkit for sustainable & circular design assessment

Features: Full data collection and analysis protocol (including recommendations) in terms of assessing the sustainability and circularity index of construction materials based on 250+ indicators (economic, environmental, social).  

New European Bauhaus Ambassadors



Bauhaus Ambassador - Serbia

Vladimit is an associate professor at the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Department of Civil Engineering and Geodesy and member of the faculty council. He is also a isiting professor at the University of Banja Luka. Member of the PMI chapter Serbia and president of the executive board of the Union of Safety at Work of Serbia. Expert in construction management and feasibility and sustainability of construction. Member of the Serbian Chamber of Engineers. Member of the Revision Commission for Professional Control of Technical Documentation (designs) appointed by the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure. Interested in new technologies such as AI (Artificial Intelligence), advanced methods of project management and sustainability.


Bauhaus Ambassador - Greece 

Dimitris Raidis is an urban planner and architect graduated from UCL Bartlett school. He participated in a number of design projects, urban design and planning projects in association with Sempsi Office in Thessaloniki Greece. From 2000 he worked as a director at Sempsi Office, completing a number of architectural, urban design, and interior design projects. He also participated in a number of planning works including the one of the General masterplan of Municipality of Thessaloniki and the masterplan of the Port of Thessaloniki. In 2015 he has co- founded KARD architects, a fresh modern architectural office with many architectural awards in interior and architectural competition projects. He is also a member of the Permanent Committee of Planning Development and Growth for the Technical Chamber of North Greece, a member of Think Tank SEVE since 2016, member in the board of directors of Think Tank Paremvasi since 2018, as well as in the director of boards in the Greek Export Association.


Bauhaus Ambassador - Serbia

She obtained her Master´s degree in Architecture from the University of Belgrade in 2016. From 2016 until 2018 she worked at the Institute for Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia (IAUS) while attending doctoral studies at the University of Belgrade. She is an author and co-author of several academic publications on the topics of international policies related to urban heritage management and participatory urban planning in socialist Yugoslavia. From November 2020 until April 2021 she worked at Drees & Sommer Switzerland – Integrated Urban Solutions, where she was involved in consulting and applying for international projects in integrated urban development, smart cities, green infrastructure, and sustainable urban mobility, with a focus on the CEE region.

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Bauhaus Ambassador - Greece

Dr Dimitris Psychogyios, is an Architect Engineer and Assistant Professor at the Department of Architecture UTH, in the area of Creative Design-CAD/CAM Technologies. He has a PhD, Postgraduate Diploma and Diploma from School of Architecture of NTUA, and a Bachelor in Civil Engineering from TEI of Heraklion. He is member of the Greek Technical Chamber since 2005, has numerous completed architectural projects and has participated in many architectural competitions.