Category Archives: Chapter News

Built from the Ground Up: Seven Ways Our Chapters are Advancing the ICAA’s Mission Nationwide

Through our network of 15 chapters nationwide, the ICAA reaches tens of thousands of people across the country each year – including architects, designers, builders, students, and enthusiasts of classicism. As I reflect on the last two years as President … Read more »

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Monthly Newsletter: November at the ICAA

Welcome to our monthly newsletter, including articles, news, and programming from the ICAA and the classical design community. To receive an email version of our newsletter, sign up today. Peter’s Reflections Five Unforgettable Classical Homes of the Great American South … Read more »

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The ICAA welcomes three new members to its Board of Directors – Ankie Barnes, Pierre Crosby, and Mark Pledger. We also congratulate Barbara Eberlein, who was elected College of Chapters President, succeeding Tim Barber after three years of outstanding service … Read more »

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Interior Designer Digs Deep With Delancey Place Restoration

Editor’s Note: On October 13th, Barbara Eberlein – President and Creative Director of Eberlein Design Consultants Ltd. and President of the Philadelphia Chapter of the ICAA – presented a lecture titled Design Adventures in Architectural Archaeology in association with Design Philadelphia and … Read more »

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ICAA Rocky Mountain to Present Student Scholarship at 3rd Annual Newman Awards

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art – Rocky Mountain Chapter is pleased to announce the award of a $2,500 Student Scholarship at the 2015 Newman Awards, which will be held September 15 at the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver, … Read more »

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World-Class Architects & Designers Discuss “Winning” Entries for Newman Awards

Colorado has an impressive display of architectural beauty, much of which harkens moments of luxury, classicism, and rustic comfort. It is this architecture that holds the region’s history and appeal. But how do great architectural designs like the ones Colorado … Read more »

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