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About the ICAA Library
Library Catalog
Our Library Catalog is a thoughtful compilation of donations from members, instructors, and friends of the Institute, the ICAA’s collection of books, monographs, sketch books and exhibition catalogs.

Illustrated Glossary of Architectural and Decorative Terms PDF.

Click the link above to view excerpts from United States Capitol, its Architecture and Restoration by Henry Hope Reed.

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Experience what the ICAA has to offer: A valuable educational resource, the ICAA presents an array of unique programs for design professionals, the general public, and students of art, planning, and architecture. See our calendar for a full list of upcoming events and programs.


Upcoming Events & Programs

Palladio, Inventor and Traditionalist: Most Influential Architect of All Time?

One Saturday Session: March 7, 2015 Read More »

The Study Of Traditional Arches

ONE SATURDAY SESSION: SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 2015 Read More »

A Little Gothic Castle: Horace Walpole and Strawberry Hill

Monday, March 23, 2015 Read More »

Typology And The Use Of Precedent In Design

THREE EVENING SESSIONS: MONDAYS; MARCH 9TH-23RD, 2015 Read More »

Drawing the Ionic Order

TWO EVENING SESSIONS: MONDAY MARCH 30 AND TUESDAY MARCH 31, 2015 Read More »