Category Archives: Advocacy

ICAA Intensive in Classical Architectural Design : LA

Among the ICAA’s most impactful and enduring education models is its Intensive Program in Classical Architecture – an eight day course of study that introduces participants to the ICAA’s core curriculum through coursework in the classical orders, composition, proportion, drafting, … Read more »

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New Heights 2017 at the Marymount School

In early October, the ICAA facilitated the New Heights program at the Marymount School on the Upper East Side. This is now the third year that the ICAA has run the program at Marymount. The goal is to engage the … Read more »

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Summer Studio in Classical Architecture 2017 | Week Two

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 One

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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Architect Sebastian von Marschall on the Joseph Manigault House in Charleston, South Carolina

Editor’s Note: The ICAA is pleased to present the second addition to our new blog series, “My Favorite Building,” highlighting examples of classical and traditional architecture, art, and design that inspire leaders in the field. This post was written by … Read more »

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Inspired Places & Spaces: A Tribute to Female Architects

In honor of Women’s History Month, I spent some time contemplating the contributions of women to the profession of architecture over the course of history, and specifically to traditional and classical architecture in America. There are many significant female practitioners … Read more »

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