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Advances the appreciation and practice of the principles of traditional architecture and its allied arts.
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ICAA Nov 14
We’d love to see you here on December 5th! The winners for the 2018 Stanford White Awards have been announced, and tickets are on sale for the ceremony to be held here at the beautiful Metropolitan Club of New York.
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ICAA Nov 13
It’s here! The ICAA is proud to present the Classicist No. 15. Focused on Southern California, the Classicist No. 15 explores the region's rich architectural history as well as contemporary examples of classical design. Now available for purchase!
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ICAA Nov 8
Architecture and ornamentation deserve to be as beautiful on paper as in person! Explore the art of Beaux-Arts wash rendering with the ICAA on December 7-9. Learn more and register:
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ICAA Nov 7
Would you join us in the library, please? The ICAA invites you to explore the fascinating history of the architectural books and treatises of the Renaissance. Learn more and register:
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ICAA Nov 7
The undeniably striking Dunbeath Castle on its perch overlooking the North Sea. We’re excited to join on Nov 19 for a thorough exploration of Scottish Highland castles! (Image: Richard Paxman )
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ICAA Nov 2
Come see why we’re so excited about the future of architectural, ornamental, and fine arts. Join the ICAA on Saturday, November 17th at the historic Baker House for an exhibition of the work of young practitioners working in the classical tradition.
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ICAA Nov 1
Designer and ICAA Board Member Barbara Eberlein, architect Jeff Shelton, and landscape designer Alex Smith served on the jury for the 2018 Stanford White Awards, and today we are proud to announce the full list of winners!
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ICAA Oct 31
Happy (Classical) Halloween! Auburn students from our recent workshop demonstrate the versatility of the Ionic order at the Auburn 30th Annual Pumpkin Carve. Never let it be said that the classical orders aren’t suited to a wide range of building materials!
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ICAA Oct 29
Presented for your Monday evening: a house in the Bahamas. We are all so excited to be hosting India Hicks next week for “A Slice of England,” where she will be exploring her life and work. Stay tuned for updates following this sold out event!
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ICAA Oct 26
Only one week remains to register for one of New York’s best architectural opportunities! Registration for the ICAA Intensive in Classical Architecture closes next Friday, November 2nd, so click here to sign up today!
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ICAA Oct 25
It’s lovely to be greeted by a friend during morning and evening commutes! “The Glory of Commerce” atop Grand Central Terminal inspires millions daily, so why not be inspired to watch the ICAA’s “Classical City Guide: New York,” with Francis Morrone?
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ICAA Oct 24
Beautiful Ballyfin! It’s hard to believe that the ICAA’s architectural tour of the Republic of Ireland is only two weeks away! This trip may be booked, but the future is rich with exclusive ICAA travel programs!
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ICAA Oct 23
The future is bright for the architectural, ornamental, and fine arts, and here are a few reasons why! Join the us on Saturday, November 17th for an exhibition of the young practitioners working in the classical tradition at the George F. Baker House.
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ICAA Oct 22
The portico of The Vyne, a classical touch added by John Webb in 1654 to anotherwise rather Tudor-style country house. Immerse yourself in a world of porticos with the ICAA; learn more and register!
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ICAA Oct 19
Based in the beautiful Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills, with visits to nearby historic structures, the Intensive in Classical Architecture: Los Angeles is in full swing! Follow the day-by-day account of the Intensive at our blog, penned by participants:
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ICAA Oct 18
If only more frontispieces matched the splendor of this one! Alberti, Filarete, Serlio, and of course our dear friend Palladio—join the ICAA in a dive into the architectural literature of the Renaissance:
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ICAA Oct 17
A sketch a day keeps… creative atrophy at bay? Read Historical Concepts’ Director of Design Enrichment Dan Osborne’s blog entry describing this firm’s practice of daily 15 minute sketching here:
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ICAA Oct 17
Beautiful details from John B. Murray’s residential projects in New York and New England and fine examples of why we love his work! You can see John in person next week at the ICAA event “The Contemporary Palette: A Classicist’s View.” Learn more:
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ICAA Oct 16
From geometrical elements to organic forms, develop your eye and practice your hand in pursuit of a deeper understanding of European paintings of the 15th-19th centuries, led by instructor James Patrick Reid in our Pictorial Space, Form, and Color course.
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ICAA Oct 15
Don’t tell these Marymount students that Rome wasn’t built in a day; they won’t have it! They assembled their dome in an afternoon through the ICAA’s New Heights program, bringing an appreciation of classical architecture to middle schoolers. Learn more:
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