INTBAU News

A press conference was held in Paris to draw attention to the problem of "increasingly large and unsympathetic buildings" cropping up around the City of Lights.
Feb 9, 2010   INTBAU News
<p>A new speech by the Prince of Wales this week warns of a "rash" of "carbuncles" destroying tourism assets.</p>
Feb 3, 2008   INTBAU News
<p>Greek and international protest grows over proposed demolition of historic buildings between Tschumi's Acropolis Museum and the Acropolis hill.</p>
Oct 22, 2007   INTBAU News
<p>Newly announced plans by the government to create a Canadian National Trust dismays leaders of the Canadian Heritage Foundation, who wonder if they are being replaced over political differences.</p>
Mar 22, 2007   INTBAU News
<p>Thousands of demonstrators in St. Petersburg call for a halt to the proposed Gazprom headquarters, a high-rise tower that would be taller than New York's Empire State Building.</p>
Mar 18, 2007   INTBAU News
<p>The decision by local officials to demolish one of the oldest buildings in the city, which serves as a clinic, has brought civic groups together to protest the insensitivity towards the city's historic heritage.</p>
Nov 16, 2006   INTBAU News
The Ara Pacis Augustae (Latin for "Altar of Augustan Peace") is covered by a Modernist building, designed by American architect Richard Meier.
Apr 29, 2006   INTBAU News
The charity English Heritage proposes seven conservation principles for debate.
Mar 3, 2006   INTBAU News
A shopping mall plan grows in Sibiu, a town to be nominated to the UNESCO World Heritage List and as the 2007 cultural capital of Europe.
Jan 15, 2006   INTBAU News
200 urban designers from around the world work to replan Missisippi coast.
Oct 30, 2005   INTBAU News
Emir Kusturica, independent film-maker, writer, and director, has been awarded this year's Phillipe Rotthier Prize for Architecture for Reconstruction of the European City.
Oct 29, 2005   INTBAU News