Watch as architectural historian Calder Loth explores some of the most common and important design motifs used in classical design.
The ICAA’s New Heights program introduces middle school students to classical architecture through lessons in the classroom and experiences in the field. In 2018, Michael G. Imber Architects, under the leadership of Mac White and Andrew Hander, brought the program to Alamo Heights Junior School in Texas.
On Wednesday, October 10, the ICAA premiered Robert A.M. Stern: Always a Student at a sold-out event. The film is the first installment of Design in Mind, a series of original, mini documentary films produced by the ICAA.
Following the screening, Robert A.M. Stern participated in a special panel discussion, where he was joined by fellow Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) partners Gary L. Brewer and Melissa DelVecchio. Moderated by Architectural Digest Decorative Arts Editor Mitchell Owens, the panel’s conversation was filmed in its entirety and can be watched now.
On Monday, November 5th, design legends and lifelong friends India Hicks and Alexa Hampton spoke at a sold-out event hosted by the ICAA in collaboration with the New York School of Interior Design. During their lively discussion, the pair candidly talked about the inspiration for India’s new book India Hicks: A Slice of England, which is now available through Rizzoli.
The ICAA is honored to present Robert A.M. Stern: Always a Student, the first installment of Design in Mind, a series of original, mini-documentary films produced by the ICAA.
Thanks to support from friends like you, the ICAA has witnessed the incredible growth and success of our educational programming in 2018, reaching more individuals across the globe than ever before and making a lasting impact on the future of the built environment.
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