September 4, 2018
The Complete Works of Percier and Fontaine
ICAA President Peter Lyden reflects on The Complete Works of Percier and Fontaine, the latest book to be published by the Princeton Architectural Press in association with the ICAA.

 “I find past, present, and future entirely inseparable.”
In anticipation of the release this fall of the  Classicist No. 15, focused on Southern California, the ICAA is pleased to share an exclusive interview with Elizabeth Moule, partner of Arthur Ross Award winning Pasadena firm Moule & Polyzoides, Architects and Urbanists.

Within this in-depth interview, conducted by Lauren Weiss Bricker, Ph.D., Ms. Moule highlights her work with the Congress for the New Urbanism, which she cofounded, and discusses how traditional architecture can address political, social, and environmental concerns. She also shares details about several of her notable projects, and explores her love of Los Angeles.

The second in a series of educational videos offering continuing education credit
The ICAA is pleased to announce the availability of  The Foundations of Classical Architecture: Greek Classicism , a brand new educational video featuring Architectural Historian and ICAA Advisory Council member, Calder Loth.  Greek Classicism  is the second in a four-part series of free hour-long videos hosted by Mr. Loth and aimed at educating architectural practitioners and enthusiasts alike; by completing and passing a short quiz at the end of the video, eligible viewers will receive one AIA continuing education (CE) credit.

Registration now open for upcoming events across the country
The ICAA holds programs on topics in architecture and the allied arts throughout the year, many of which are offered for free or at a reduced cost for ICAA members. These programs offer opportunities to engage with and learn more about the classical tradition as well as its historical and contemporary practice. 

This fall's calendar features events across the country - including lectures, film screenings, tours, exhibitions, and more - that celebrate and examine classicism.

Classical American Homes Preservation Trust (CAHPT) and PLINTH, the ICAA’s emerging professionals in the New York City area, are pleased to be accepting submissions for an upcoming exhibition at the George F. Baker Houses, featuring the work of young practitioners working in the classical tradition.

The categories of art to be considered include: drawings, paintings, watercolors, models, sculpture, and furniture. The deadline to submit is October 1, see the link below for information about eligibility and submissions.

The ICAA is pleased to to present  Mexico: Exemplary Private Residences, Art Collections, Gardens, & Historic Sites . This tour of the archaeological sites, architecture, and private residences of Mexico will give participants special a ccess to esteemed museums and art galleries, as well as exclusive receptions at private residences celebrated for their architecture, gardens, interior decor, and art collections. 

Other upcoming programs include Normandy's Emblematic Private Châteaux, Estates, & Gardens (September 22-30); Long Island's Gold Coast (October 15-18), The Republic of Ireland including Ballyfin and Dublin (November 7-13),  and  Private New York  (December 6-9) .

Los Angeles and New York City
Among the ICAA’s most impactful and enduring education models is its Intensive Program in Classical Architecture – an eight-day course of study that introduces participants to the ICAA’s core curriculu m through coursework in the classical orders, composition, proportion, drafting, observational drawing, and the literature of classical architecture. Intensives take place in Los Angeles (October 14-21, 2018) and New York City (January 5-12, 2019).

Scholarships are available for the Los Angeles and New York Intensives. In New York, the ICAA is proud to honor the contributions of former Board member Bill Harrison with the William H. Harrison Scholarship , awarding full tuition subsidy to one student of exceptional promise and aptitude. To inquire about scholarships, email .

Join the ICAA for the 2018 Christopher H. Browne Paris Drawing Tour, an immersive program for architectural and design practitioners, as well as art and travel enthusiasts of all backgrounds. Using various media, including pencil, ink, and watercolor, students will depict iconic buildings and subjects.

Now accepting submissions for the 2018 Stanford White Awards
October 3 Rocky Mountains: Robert & Judi Newman Awards Ceremony

October 12 New York Region: Stanford White Awards Submission Deadline

October 18 Southern California: Legacy Dinner

November 15 Philadelphia: Trumbauer Awards Ceremony

December 5 New York Region: Stanford White Awards Ceremony

Inside Architecture's New Classicism Boom - In her article for Architectural Digest , Kathleen Quigley speaks to a number of ICAA members and prize winners about why so many top architects are embracing classicism.

The Complete Works of Percier and Fontaine  Highlights the Most Popular Designers in Napoléon Bonaparte's Day - Architectural Digest 's Decorative Arts Editor Mitchell Owens writes about the ICAA's new book.

An Antique Barn for a Modern 'Brady Bunch' - The New York Times showcases Stanford White Award Winner and ICAA President’s Council Member John B. Murray’s rustic yet ambitious project in Kinderhook, NY.
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