Category Archives: Uncategorized

Upcoming Travel Programs at the ICAA: Highbrow Gardens of the Lowlands

This July, the ICAA will travel to the low countries of Belgium and the Netherlands. Guests will have the rare opportunity to visit the places that have influenced renowned landscape architects, their works, and private nurseries. The gardens on this … Read more »

Posted by Angel Genares on | Leave a comment

Michael Mesko brings classical orders to contemporary application

By Jiajing Lily Sun On May 10th and 11th, the ICAA offered a two-day advanced course on how to dissect classical order components and how to study architectural masterpieces through the lens of proportions and ratios. Instructor Michael Mesko and Teaching Assistant … Read more »

Posted by Education ICAA on | Leave a comment

An Evening with Margot Ellis and the “Americans in Paris”

On Thursday, April 21st, Margot Ellis spoke to members and guests of the ICAA about the buildings, lives and stories behind her celebrated publication, Americans in Paris: Foundations of America’s Architectural Gilded Age. Ms. Ellis co-authored the book alongside Jean … Read more »

Posted by Maxwell Wimmer on | Leave a comment

Abraham Thomas brought “the Grand(er) Tour” to the ICAA

On Monday, April 11th, the ICAA was proud to present a lecture in partnership with the Royal Oak Foundation entitled The Grand(er) Tour: Architectural Imagination Beyond the Classical World. Abraham Thomas, formerly the lead architectural curator at the Victoria and Albert … Read more »

Posted by Maxwell Wimmer on | Leave a comment

RECENT EDUCATION PROGRAMS AT THE ICAA

April has been an exciting month for the ICAA. The ICAA co-hosted the annual Dan and Gemma Camp Lecture in Classical Architectural Design with Mississippi State University. This year, acclaimed architect and architectural historian, Michael Fazio presented his lecture, “Benjamin … Read more »

Posted by Education ICAA on | Leave a comment

The Architecture of New York

The New York Chapter of the ICAA recently hosted a four-part lecture series, illustrating the history of New York City architecture from the 18th century to today. During each two-hour class, noted architectural historian Francis Morrone captivated his packed-to-capacity audience … Read more »

Posted by Education ICAA on | Leave a comment