Category Archives: Inspired Places & Spaces

Brendan Hart, 2016 Rieger Graham Prize Winner, on the Roman Forum and the Perseverance of the Eternal City

Standing in the center of the dark nave, the crack of a lock and the groan of old hinges announce the opening of the large wooden doors.  Sunlight races past ancient columns and streams onto the dusty church floor.  Thirty … 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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Scottish Enlightenment

ICAA travel programs provide participants with numerous benefits, including access to some of the world’s most remarkable buildings and landscapes, as well as fellowship with other travellers who are passionate about classicism. In June, I had the pleasure of hosting … Read more »

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Summer Studio in Classical Architecture 2016 | Week Four

Follow the ICAA’s Summer Studio in Classical Architecture program, from June 20th through July 16th, 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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Buongiorno! Daily Inspiration from the ICAA Rome Drawing Tour

Follow the ICAA daily from June 5th through June 11th as we study the architecture, urbanism and landscapes of Rome through observational drawing and watercolor. The tour is led by Alexander Creswell, acclaimed watercolorist; Ben Bolgar, Senior Director at the Prince’s … Read more »

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Inspired Places & Spaces – March

In February, participants on the ICAA’s recent travel program, “Sir Edwin Lutyens & Imperial New Delhi,” toured some of India’s most architecturally significant buildings. We asked two guests – John Margolis and Cedar Baldridge – to share with us the … Read more »

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