Classicism Defined: Urbanism & Classicism

“One of the architect’s principle responsibilities is the creation and protection of the public realm. This course examines the critical relationship between classical architecture and traditional urbanism. The principles of traditional urbanism will be presented and the social, environmental, and economic reasons for returning to a more traditional planning methodology with be explored.” Join us…

Classicism Defined: Theory of Moldings

“In this Grammar of Molding – Theory & Practice class, students will be taught to identify and name the individual molding profiles of the Doric order. They will also understand the purpose of each profile, it’s tectonic function and the reasoning for it’s placement in the classical orders. We will also discuss the Sciagraphy of…

Classicism Defined: Part I

A three part educational program on Classical Architecture began this weekend in Utah. The first part of the series of Classicism Defined was presented by Bradford Houston. Due to popular demand and a sold out workshop, the Utah Chapter of ICAA will be repeating the first part of the series titled Classicism Defined on June 14th. CLASSICISM…

Workshop: Sculpting, Pattern Making, and Casting

Sculpting, Pattern Making, and Casting Workshop Paula Graves successfully led us through 3 sessions that resulted in each participant creating an architectural detail of their own. Architectural ornamentation is Paula’s forte as she has been mastering this art for the past 30 years. Through this course participants learned how to lay-out, model, mold and cast an architectural detail. They also gained…