TEMPLUM DEI: Exploring the Language of Sacred Architecture – A Salon Discussion

TEMPLUM DEI:  Exploring the Language of Sacred Architecture A Salon Discussion Presented by The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art  Utah Chapter Salon Discussion:  Any study in search of the language of sacred architecture will eventually come to focus its attention on the temple. In fact, the building typology most often referred to by comparative … Continue reading TEMPLUM DEI: Exploring the Language of Sacred Architecture – A Salon Discussion

Analysis of Architectural Design Composition: How to Study Buildings and Precedent

Watercolor by Paul D. Brown     ANNOUNCING REGISTRATION for ANALYSIS OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMPOSITION: HOW TO STUDY BUILDINGS AND PRECEDENT by Stephen Chrisman, Ferguson Shamamian Architects (NYC) Presented by The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art  Utah Chapter  PART OF THE CLASSICISM  DEFINED  CURRICULUM  SERIES COURSE DESCRIPTION:  One of the most essential components of the study … Continue reading Analysis of Architectural Design Composition: How to Study Buildings and Precedent

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 … Continue reading Classicism Defined: Part I