Category Archives: ICAA News

ICAA and Architectural Digest Host Sold-Out Lecture with Landscape Designer Arne Maynard

On Tuesday, September 19th over 140 guests attended a sold-out lecture with world renowned landscape designer Arne Maynard. Co-hosted by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) and Architectural Digest, Maynard’s discussion focused on the balance between formal and … Read more »

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Summer Studio in Classical Architecture 2017 | Week Four

Follow the ICAA’s Summer Studio in Classical Architecture program, from June 19th through July 15th, as students from across the country spend four weeks in New York City and the surrounding region exploring the ideas, methods, and issues related to … Read more »

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Summer Studio in Classical Architecture 2017 | Week Three

Follow the ICAA’s Summer Studio in Classical Architecture program, from June 19th through July 15th, as students from across the country spend four weeks in New York City and the surrounding region exploring the ideas, methods, and issues related to … Read more »

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ICAA Launches Mentorship Program in Association with Summer Studio

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) has launched a brand-new mentorship program in association with its Summer Studio in Classical Architecture. Spearheaded by the ICAA Young Members Task Force, the mentorship initiative will connect participants of the Summer … Read more »

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Watch Now: Breakfast & Books with Frank de Biasi

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, in collaboration with Rizzoli Bookstore, hosted renowned interior designer Frank de Biasi for the most recent installment of ‘Breakfast & Books’ on May 31st. You can watch the discussion here in full, in … Read more »

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Green-Wood’s Victorian Artists, Artisans, & Architects

The ICAA recently hosted a tour, “Green-Wood’s Victorian Artists, Artisans, and Architects,” at the historic and architecturally significant Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, NY. Led by Green-Wood historian Jeff Richman, participants were given a behind-the-scenes look at Green-Wood’s art collection and … Read more »

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