SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 2017 – SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 2017 20 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036 PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Among the ICAA’s most impactful and enduring education models is its Intensive Program in Classical Architecture – a seven to ten day course of study that introduces participants to the ICAA’s core curriculum through coursework in … Continue reading ICAA Winter Intensive: The Elements of Classical Architecture
Classicist, No. 12 The latest edition of the Classicist journal includes a roundtable discussion of Heterodoxia Architectonica, as well as articles by George Saumarez Smith on “The Space between the Orders: The Classical Landscape,” Calder Loth on “An Order for America: The Scamozzi Ionic Capital,” and Jonathan Foyle on “Stowe House,” among others. Edited … Continue reading Now Online: Classicist Journal Issues 11 & 12
"DOGMA OR DÉTENTE: FINDING COMMON GROUND BETWEEN THE AVANT-GARDE AND TRADITION" Thursday, March 24 5pm - 6:30pm 329 Rio Grande, Salt Lake City, Utah Come join us for good food and conversation this year at the ICAA Utah Evening Salons. The format for each salon will be a brief presentation from a Utah architect or artist followed … Continue reading Evening Salon – DOGMA OR DÉTENTE: FINDING COMMON GROUND BETWEEN THE AVANT-GARDE AND TRADITION
Would a conference on hand drawing and the future of architecture be of interest to you? This is the topic that will be explored at “The Art of Architecture: Hand Drawing and Design” conference, to be held Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 2016 at the University of Notre Dame.
What do old books have to do with the contemporary practice of architecture? Come debate and discuss the relevance of old ideas on new buildings at the ICAA Evening Salons this year. Historically, salons were held in Europe and the United States to discuss important themes in art, literature, and politics. At the ICAA Evening Salons we will … Continue reading 2015 Schedule for Evening Salons: Why do the Great Books Matter?
The first ICAA Evening Salon for 2015 is on Thursday, March 19th. Please join us to discuss and debate the question: What does a 2,000-year-old book have to do with contemporary architecture? The readings for the Salon are: - Vitruvius: The Ten Books of Architecture - Robert A.M. Stern: "Letter From the Dean" (Link to … Continue reading Evening Salon: The Great Books of Ancient Rome and Greece
IN architecture, everyone’s a critic. One of us, Steven, was recently driving down Elliott Avenue in Charlottesville, Va., his hometown, with his 88-year-old mother. They passed a house designed and built by architecture students at the University of Virginia. To Steven, an architect, this model for affordable housing — a tough pair of stacked boxes, … Continue reading How to Rebuild Architecture