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Our next events: Everyone welcome Back to our new website for all new content
Sustainability in the post-sprawl economy 20-23 October, Chicago
Our publications: New works on traditional building, architecture & urbanism The Venice Charter Revisited now on sale in all good bookshops
Tradition Today Continuity in architecture and society buy now
New Architecture & Urbanism Indian traditions buy now
News: Reports from the INTBAU network
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Traditional scheme fails to win Carbuncle Cup Belfast disappointment
Modernity and the Future of Tradition report on TAG's great debate
Essays: Members write about issues of interest and concern
Sustainability / Trans-disciplinarity by Ashraf Salama
Generative processes for revitalizing historic towns by Besim Hakim
Traditional building forms & techniques by Cordelia Osasona
Events: A listing of conferences and short courses touching on traditional buildings and places
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Localism and the Power of the Everyday 03 Nov. '10, London, UK
Strengthening and Retrofitting 6-8 October 2010, Shanghai, China


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INTBAU is a world wide organisation dedicated to the support of traditional building, the maintenance of local character and the creation of better places to live. We are creating an active network of individuals and institutions who design, make, maintain, study or enjoy traditional building, architecture and places.

INTBAU's architecture and urban design workshops bring together practitioners, artisans and students.   By education and training in traditional architecture, urbanism and the building crafts, we encourage people to maintain and restore traditional buildings, and to build new buildings and places that contribute to traditional environments and improve the quality of life in cities, towns and villages around the world.

INTBAU UK Ltd is a Charity registered in the United Kingdom no. 1132362, under the patronage of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, and a company limited by guarantee no 6861677 registered in England and Wales. The registered office is at 19-22 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3SG, UK.   It is directed by the INTBAU College of Chapters and administered from London by its General Manager Aura Woodward, working with the INTBAU Administrator Harriet Wennberg.