Classical Architecture Primer Series at Utah Valley University: Corinthian & Tuscan - "Unity & Synthesis"
Hosted by the Utah Chapter | 9 AIA LUs
Classical architecture is not a “style.” It is a set of timeless principles that transcend cultural preference and passing fashion. What are these principles and how does a designer or architect utilize them to create a composition that is both particular and universal?
This three-part class taught by the ICAA and hosted at Utah Valley University introduces students and professionals to the elements, proportions, principles, and language of architecture in the classical tradition. Students will gain a new perspective of history, design, and the importance of architecture in shaping the civic realm. All classes are open to the public and may be taken separately or in series with the others. Space is limited.
This event is hosted by an ICAA Chapter. Please check the Chapter website, or contact the Chapter directly, for the most up-to-date details including dates, times, and pricing.