ECOWEEK is an international non-governmental
non-profit organization with the mission to raise awareness on environmental
issues, Climate Change and to promote the principles of Sustainability.
Established in Greece in 2005, ECOWEEK is active in more than 15 countries.
ECOWEEK NET has a Network of students and young professionals in 54 countries.
ECOWEEK runs design programs hosted by universities, municipalities, and
institutions around the world, emphasizing the principles of education,
co-operation and sustainable design. ECOWEEK programs
are inspired by the vision of Egyptian architect Hassan Fathy to
empower young professionals to benefit their communities. Thus ECOWEEK
workshops very often take the form of hands-on design-build projects
which, in addition to their educational and training value, leave a positive
impact on the ground.
ECOWEEK is celebrating 10 years
of activity! ECOWEEK has organized or co-organized in 12
countries, in 23
cities around the world, 27
international conferences and more than 200
sustainable design workshops for more than
4,000 students of architecture, landscape
architecture,engineers and design, that affected the daily lives of more
people of various ages locally. In addition, ECOWEEK has organized or
co-organized exhibitions, lectures, panel discussions, eco-festivals,
and informal educational activity for the general public, numerous film
screenings - including in more than 50
public schools, and 2
international young designers' competitions.
We look forward to growing our activity together! Join us!
ECOWEEK ... habits change ... climate change
ECOWEEK 2014-2015 CATALOGUE in Prishtina
Kosovo is ready!
View the new ECOWEEK 2014-2015 Catalogue of the ECOWEEK workshops
on sustainable design in Pristhina, Kosovo. Edited by the team of architect
Argjira Krasniqi. more
ECOWEEK 2013 : THE WORKSHOPS
The ECOWEEK 2013 catalogue including projects in the Middle
East - Tel Aviv, Azaryia, and Bat Yam - and a complication of ECOWEEK
workshop and GREENHOUSE projects since 2009 in Athens, Thessaloniki,
Milano, Rome, Krakow, Belgrade, Jerusalem, Azaryia, Al-Wallajeh, Tiberias,
Tel Aviv, Holon, Rishon, and more cities around the world. Read