Established in 2020, INTBAU Belgium exists to promote traditional architecture, urbanism and building crafts within Belgium to further the principles laid out in INTBAU’s Charter.
INTBAU Belgium seeks to raise awareness of the benefits of traditional design and harmonious neighbourhoods, villages, towns and cities through research, and through the hosting of annual events. Through its activities, the Chapter strives to convey the liveability, beauty and durability of traditional environments and to celebrate the impact that good design has upon the well-being of communities.
INTBAU Belgium also seeks to connect practitioners in the built environment sector so that they may collectively influence policy-making and work towards the making of a better built future in Belgium.
To achieve these goals, INTBAU Belgium forges partnerships and collaborates with organisations to run courses, debates, lectures, workshops with artisans, film sessions, study trips and a summer school (L’école d’architecture tradionnelle de Bruxelles).
Belgium Chapter board
– Nadia Naty Everard, Chapter Chair and ICC Representative
– Noé Morin
– Carole Depasse