Thanks to a generous $1 million grant from the Gerard B. Lambert Foundation, the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art is proud to present first-of-its-kind programming in landscape architecture for designers, students, and enthusiasts, with particular emphasis on educating the next generation: the Bunny Mellon Curricula. This curricula, the first to be named in honor of Bunny Mellon, honors her commitment to landscape design, and her deeply-held belief that architecture is firmly linked to its surrounding landscape.


The ICAA thanks the Gerard B. Lambert Foundation for its generous support of this program.

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Bunny Mellon Curricula Videos

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Part 2 | Managing Historic Landscapes and Gardens, with Calder Loth | Driehaus Summer Studio Retrospective
Part 1 | Managing Historic Landscapes and Gardens, with Calder Loth | Driehaus Summer Studio Retrospective
'Perfection is One Thing': Chatsworth and the Art of Capability Brown, with John Phibbs
Jean-Jacques Lequeu: The Architectural Imagination in the Age of Reason, with Barry Bergdoll

The Bunny Mellon Curricula Laurel Society is an intimate group of supporters of the Bunny Mellon efforts for landscape design education such as lectures, continuing education, and programs emphasizing the importance of landscape design as an integral part of creating lasting and meaningful places. The laurel is a common motif in classical design, signifying triumph and honor, and therefore a fitting title for such an impactful group of champions.


Laurel Society members will be listed in this place in the near future. For more information or to join the Laurel Society, please contact [email protected].