December 2017
A Holiday Message from ICAA President Peter Lyden
In this short video message, ICAA President Peter Lyden thanks the ICAA's growing community of members and friends for their support this holiday season, and reflects on his own experiences with classical architecture during the festive months.
Travel with the ICAA to Aiken, Northern Ireland, Sweden, & More
Upcoming Dates & Destinations
Above: Gunnebo House, Sweden (image: wikimedia/Arild Vågen)
Summer Studio in Classical Architecture
Now Accepting Applications
The ICAA  Summer Studio in Classical Architecture  ( June 18 - July 14) is a four-week, immersive program introducing students to skills, knowledge, and resources essential to the practice and appreciation of classical design.

Thanks to The Richard H. Driehaus Charitable Lead Trust, the ICAA is able to offer both scholarships to offset tuition costs plus assistance to help with housing costs while in New York to ensure accessibility to the program for students of all financial backgrounds.

A New Way to Experience Classicism Online
The ICAA Announced the Launch of its New Website in November
In November the ICAA announced the launch of its fully redesigned website, . The new website was built from the ground up to better meet the diverse needs of its growing constituency of members and supporters across the country, making classicism more accessible than ever to practitioners, students, educators, and enthusiasts of classical architecture and the related fields.  

Lectures, Tours, & Events 
Upcoming Dates
Browse the newly designed national calendar on, including upcoming ICAA public programs, lectures, and events across the country, including the 17th Annual McKim Lecture with Norman Davenport Askins on March 7 in New York.

Left: Norman Askins
Continuing Education 
Upcoming Courses Nationwide 

Learn more about upcoming courses offering continuing education credit from New York to New England and beyond.

Donate to the ICAA this Holiday Season, Double Your Impact
Make a Gift Today
The ICAA depends on the generosity of our supporters in order to educate and inspire the classicists of both today and tomorrow. With your help, the ICAA can continue its efforts to advance the classical tradition through transformative programming, making a difference in the lives and careers of countless students, professionals, enthusiasts, educators, and more. 

Thanks to the generosity of the ICAA Board of Directors, your donation will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $65,000 this holiday season.

"Unknown Rome"
An Essay by Architect Thomas A. Kligerman
Above: Interior details of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane
Written by architect Thomas A. Kligerman, who was a Visiting Scholar at the American Academy in Rome earlier this year, “Unknown Rome” reflects on several often-overlooked architectural sites in and near the Eternal City.

Awards & Prizes  
Upcoming Dates & Deadlines 
In the News
This fall, the ICAA welcomed Richard Economakis and Thomas L. Lloyd to its Board of Directors. Richard Economakis is Associate Professor at the University of Notre Dame and currently serves as Director of Architecture and Urbanism in the School of Architecture’s Graduate Program, and Thomas L. Lloyd is a Wealth Advisor at Hemington Wealth Management and a Board Member at the Gerard B. Lambert Foundation.  

Architectural Digest chronicled "A Day with Architect Gil Schafer" in anticipation of his latest book, A Place to Call Home: Tradition, Style, and Memory in the New American House.

"A Peek Inside Some of New York’s Most Glamorous Apartments" in The New York Times explores Life at the Top: New York’s Most Exceptional Apartment Buildings by ICAA Board Member Kirk Henckels and Anne Walker.

"Harrie T. Lindeberg, the Pioneering American Architect History Forgot" by Architectural Digest highlights Peter Pennoyer's and Anne Walker's latest book.
Discover Original ICAA Videos
Including Classical City Guide: New York
The ICAA is pleased to introduce the Classical City Guide, a new series of videos showcasing architecture in cities and regions across the United States and around the world. Join ICAA Instructor and Architectural Historian Francis Morrone for the first film, exploring classical buildings and sites across the New York City boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. 

This video was made possible thanks to The Kathryn M. and Ronald J. Herman, Jr. Charitable Foundation.