International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism INTBAU

(for many countries and in many languages)

  • INTBAU offers membership to those who accept, publicly acknowledge and at all times act in accordance with the principles and spirit of the Charter. We encourage members to be actively involved in the propagation of our Charter principles.
  • Join INTBAU today as a free General Member using our online registration form, or support INTBAU as a Friend by making a quick online donation.
  • For all other categories of membership, please contact us. To read more about membership categories and benefits, please use download our most recent Prospectus (440kb) … (full text Join INTBAU).

Homepage;
All other pages have the same URL, find their internal link in the heft column, as: Projects, Education, Listings, Opinions, Bookshop, Documents, Chapters, Groups, People.
Exeptions: Partnerships: ICTP; Donate;
Addresses (1 of 20): CENTRAL OFFICE, Aura Woodward (née Neag), General Manager, INTBAU, 19-22 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3SG, UK;
Contact.

Charter: The International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism is an active network of individuals and institutions dedicated to the creation of humane and harmonious buildings and places which respect local traditions.  

Traditions allow us to recognise the lessons of history, enrich our lives and offer our inheritance to the future.   Local, regional and national traditions provide the opportunity for communities to retain their individuality with the advance of globalisation.   Through tradition we can preserve our sense of identity and counteract social alienation.   People must have the freedom to maintain their traditions.

Traditional buildings and places maintain a balance with nature and society that has been developed over many generations.   They enhance our quality of life and are a proper reflection of modern society.   Traditional buildings and places can offer a profound modernity beyond novelty and look forward to a better future.

INTBAU brings together those who design, make, maintain, study or enjoy traditional building, architecture and places.   We will gain strength, significance and scholarship by association, action and the dissemination of our principles.

INTBAU UK is a registered Charity no. 1103068.

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