The exhibition will be at RIBA HQ at 66 Portland Place and will run from 9 September 2015 – 9 January 2016. The exhibition is free.
Details are available in the flyer here
Work by TAG members, Julian Bicknell, Quinlan Terry and George Samuraz Smith, will be included in the exhibition.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a number of "Conversations" and TAG will tailor one such “conversation” event around TAG in which TAG will field speakers.
Details are available here.
There is a special box office for this TAG event here
Note that their are 40 tickets only that will free to TAG members for this TAG event. For this you will need a promotional code which will be circulated to TAG members separately, in a Members Newsletter.
First come, first serve!
The Congress took place at BMA House on Tavistock Square, WC1H 9JP on 1819 February 2015.
People and communities were at the heart of the events which provided the opportunity for an international exchange of knowledge transcending the boundaries of style and place. It provided a forum for discussion and debate on the expression of local identity, culture, and tradition in an age of advancing globalisation.
New buildings and places should contribute to the development of collective identity. This Congress theme puts people and communities right at the heart of the design and development of new buildings and places. it will explore the local, regional and national traditions that provide the opportunities For communities to retain their individuality with the advance of globalisation.
New buildings and places should be built to last. This Congress theme will discuss the skills tomorrow's designers, developers, and decision-makers will need to create durable buildings and places that are loved by their local communities.
New buildings and places should support the resilience of local environments and the planet. This Congress theme will explore the techniques, practices, and collective community knowledge that can make a significant contribution to the present and Future sustainability of the built environment sector.
Entries invited for the thirteenth annual Georgian Group Architectural Awards
These unique awards, covering the United Kingdom, Channel Islands and Isle of Man, recognise excellence in the restoration of Georgian buildings. Awards are also given to the best new Classical building and to the best new building in a Georgian context.
The deadline for entries is Friday 30 October 2015. The Awards will be presented by The Duke of Wellington in central London on 16 December 2015.
Details of how to enter can be found at www.georgiangroup.org.uk
The categories for the 2015 Awards are:
The Georgian Group, founded in 1937, is the national charity for the protection of Georgian buildings, townscapes, monuments, parks and gardens. It has a statutory role in advising English and Welsh planning authorities on proposals to alter or demolish listed Georgian buildings. It handles around 6000 such applications every year.
Robert Bargery, Secretary, The Georgian Group: 020 7529 8920 or 07766 690720, firstname.lastname@example.org