What you will learn

At the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • Learn about the work of the architects and planners who designed the dwellings and planned the neighborhoods of Winston Salem.
  • Learn about the elements, composition, the component parts and details of the dwellings designed by the architects of Winston Salem.
  • Learn that the dwellings of Winston Salem were constructed using sustainable building components and materials.
  • Learn that the dwelling of Winston Salem were constructed using state of the art building methods and technology.
  • Learn what the dwelling of Winston Salem can teach modern builders, architects and designers about using building methods and technology that promote the health, safety and welfare of a building’s occupants.


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How can I contact the ICAA regarding a course?

Questions regarding the ICAA's courses may be directed via email to [email protected]; via phone to 212-730-9646 ext. 112; or via mail to our National Office at 20 West 44th Street, Suite 310, New York, NY 10036. For questions regarding Chapter events, please contact the Chapter directly.

Which courses count towards the ICAA Certificate in Classical Architecture?

You can find a list of the ICAA's core curriculum subject areas along with more details about the ICAA Certificate in Classical Architecture program by clicking here. For questions about specific courses that aren’t on this list, please contact [email protected]

What do I have to do to get AIA/CEU credit for a continuing education course?

In order to receive AIA credit, you will need to sign an AIA attendance sheet that is circulated with the ICAA’s own attendance sheet at the beginning of each class. You’ll provide your AIA number, if applicable, email address, and full name as it will appear on your certificate of completion, should you indicate that you would like to receive one. If you neglect to provide any of this information, or if you have questions regarding your credits, please contact [email protected] For questions related to a regional Chapter's continuing education course, please contact that Chapter directly.

What is the difference between AIA Elective and HSW credits?

Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) in architecture includes topics that relate to the structural integrity and soundness of a building or a building site. Course content must focus on these topics in order to provide HSW credits. For more information on ICAA classes that have been approved by the AIA for HSW credit, please contact [email protected]