What is EASA

EASA (European Architecture Students Assembly) is a platform for cultural and educational exchange, connecting Architecture students and professionals from all European countries, and in recent years from all over the world.

EASA's main event takes place every summer in a different European country.

More than 500 participants live and work together on more that 30 different workshops for two weeks.

Future EASA events are decided upon almost two years in advance through a bidding process on the INCM (Intermediate National Contact Meeting).

EASA's history


1981: Liverpool, England: Starting up the easa Experience


1982: Delft, Netherlands: Architecture of an Uncertain Future


1983: Lisbon, Portugal: Social Spaces


1984: Aarhus, Denmark: Turning point in Architecture


1985: Athens, Greece: Interpretation and Action in the City


1986: Torino, Italy: Architetture Latenti


1987: Helsinki-Putikko, Finland: Architecture and Nature


1988: Berlin, Germany: The Dimension Between


1989: Marseille, France: Heritage et Creativé


1990: Karlskrona, Sweden: Exploration


1991: Verkhoturie and Kolomna, ussr: Regeneration


1992: Urgup, Turkey: Vision 2000 Environment


1993: Sandwick, Scotland: The Isle


1994: Liège, Belgium: Consommer l’Inconsumable


1995: Zamosć, Poland: Beyond the Borders


1996: Clermont-l’Hérault, France: Dream Builders!


1997: The Train, Scandinavia: Advancing Architecture


1998: Valletta, Malta: Living on the Edge


1999: Kavala, Greece: Osmosis


2000: Antwerp and Rotterdam, Belgium/Netherlands:




2001: Gökceada, Turkey: No Theme


2002: Vis, Croatia: Senses


2003: Friland, Denmark: Sustainable Living


2004: Roubaix, France: Metropolitan–Micropolitain


2005: Bergün, Switzerland: Trans, Transit, Transition.


2006: Budapest, Hungary: Common Places


2007: Eleusina, Greece: City Index


2008: Dublin-Letterfrack, Ireland: Adaptation


2009: Brescia, Italy: supermarchet


2010: Manchester, uk: Identity


2011: Cadiz, Spain: Decoastruction


2012: Helsinki, Finland: Wastelands


2013: Žužemberk, Slovenia: Reaction


2014: Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria: Symbioza


2015: Valletta, Malta: Links


2016: Lithuania, Nida: Not Yet Decided


2017: Fredericia, Denmark: Hospitality -

Finding the framework


2018: Rijeka, Croatia: RE:EASA


2019: Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland, Tourist


2020: Estonia, Apathy