Category Archives: Education

A Fresh Look at the Tuscan Order

Drawing the Tuscan order After Gibbs with Martin Brandwein Eighteenth Century Architect James Gibbs’ book, Rules for Drawing the Several Parts of Architecture, guide today’s interpretations of Tuscan columns. In February 7th’s Drawing the Tuscan Order After Gibbs, taught by Martin … Read more »

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The Elements of Classical Architecture: The Corinthian Order

On Saturday, January 28, architects and non-architects alike had the opportunity to try their own hand at drawing elements of the Corinthian Order. Instructor Mason Roberts began the course by sharing slides and explained the history of the five classical … Read more »

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Winter Intensive 2017

January 7 – 14, 2017 Among the ICAA’s most impactful and enduring education models is its Intensive Program in Classical Architecture – an 8 day course of study that introduces participants to the ICAA’s core curriculum through coursework in the … Read more »

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Jon Brogie Selected as ICAA Alma Schapiro Prize Winner

The ICAA is pleased to announce Jon Brogie as the winner of the 2017 Alma Schapiro Award. Jon received his Bachelor’s degree in Painting from Arizona State University in 2011. Inspired by the rigorous training of the growing atelier movement, grounded … Read more »

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Selling the Dwelling

When you consider the process of designing and building a house today most likely you don’t imagine flipping through a catalogue and selecting a ready-made model. It’s amusing to imagine that people once shopped for architectural plans as we do … Read more »

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New Heights at the Marymount School: Designing for the Future

The ICAA recently concluded its week-long New Heights architecture education program at the Marymount School of New York. Eighth grade students at the all-girls school engaged in a dynamic study of classical architecture, urbanism, and the allied arts through hands-on … Read more »

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