Traditional Architecture Group
A Linked Society of the Royal Institute of British Architects


Current and Selected Past Newsletters

No 47. 7th April 2018   Date for the Salon des Refuses Party at the Art Workers' Guild Announced: 14th June 2018

No 46. 3rd November 2017  Drinks Party at the Art Workers' Guild on 14th November. Future notice of calls for entry to the RA Summer Exhibition.

No 45. 16th June 2017     Francis Terry succeeds Alireza Sagharchi as the new chair of TAG

No 43. 6th February 2017     Architecture, Populism and Global Elites 8th March 2017

No 41. 27th October 2016      Peer Review Panels and Peter Kellow speaks on Art Nouveau at the Art Workers' Guild

No 40. 16th October 2016       Create Streets, INTBAU world conference

No 38. 24 December 2015      CEU conference, 27-29 November in Berlin

No 36. 31 October 2015       Stanhope Gate Architecture to design major residential Project in Paris Suburb

No 28. 11 August 2014       Ruskin, Venice and the Fulcrum of European Architecture           RIBAJ Article: Farrell's review undermines the profession

No 27. 20 February 2014        Gorki Gorod at the Olympics in Sochi. An interview with the project’s architect, Mikhail Filippov

No 25. 14 January 2014        Green light for Stanhope Gate Architecture's classical Mayfair building

No 15. 10 January 2012       Further report on the de Botton /Scruton debate

No 14. 28 October 2011     Following the great success of previous TAG Debates in which traditionalist and Modernist architects and their supporters debated the future of architecture, the latest debate took place on Thursday, 20th October 2011.

No 12. 4 July 2011      From Vernacular to Classical: The Perpetual Modernity of Palladio. International Conference 10-12 June 2011

No 11. 2 May 2011      The TAG Debates     Defining Tradition by Robert Adam

No 10. 18 March 2011      INTBAU/TAG       Queen Square Statement

No 8. 2 February 2011     Lutyens House Refurbished and Extended by Michael Edwards

No 6. 10 December 2010      The Discreet Charm of Pluralism. A Comment on the TAG Debates

No 2. 10 August 2010     New Palladians commentary.



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