Category Archives: Peter’s Reflections

2016 Arthur Ross Award Winners Remind Us that there is No Future without the Past

On Monday, May 2nd, the ICAA welcomed over 400 guests in New York City to celebrate the 35th annual Arthur Ross Awards. Established in 1982 by the late Arthur Ross and Henry Hope Reed to recognize excellence in the classical … Read more »

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Protected: Investing in the Next Generation of Classicists

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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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Charleston: An Architectural Legacy, Part II
An Interview with Mayor Joe Riley

Last month, following the conclusion of Joe Riley’s 40 years in office as Mayor of Charleston, I wrote a piece celebrating that city’s remarkable architectural legacy. In February, I had the opportunity to speak with Mayor Riley about how he … Read more »

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Charleston: An Architectural Legacy, Part I

Joseph P. Riley served the city of Charleston, SC as Mayor for 40 years, until January 11, 2016 when he stepped down from office. Riley was in fact one of America’s longest-serving mayors, and – certainly for contemporary classicists, preservationists, … Read more »

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REGENERATION: The Future of Classicism

“I was inspired to design a Penn Station that is both functional and enjoyable for its 600,000 daily users.” That, according to Andrew Califano, is why he decided to redesign Penn Station for his undergraduate thesis at the University of … Read more »

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