I read with interest your article on a bid to set up a Classical school of architecture (AJ 30.03.06), and the International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU) is grateful for your interest.
I must point out, however, that INTBAU is not just a 'pan-European' body. It has branches in India and Nigeria as well as the UK, Germany, Romania and Scandinavia. Other branches are in formation in Australia and New Zealand and we are associated with similar organisations in the USA. Through these branches and associations INTBAU promotes education in traditional architecture through workshops, conferences, training courses and academic programmes.
The establishment of a European School of Urbanism and Architecture is one of our major projects. Our proposal will be assessed by the EU representatives and a decision on funding such a project should be taken by May.
Robert Adam, Robert Adam Architects