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Archived Issues

2021

  • April 6th - including a virtual tour of Peter Pennoyer Architects' new clock at Moynihan Train Hall, the national air dates for Bunny Williams - Not a House but a Home, Mason Roberts' course "Rustic Classicism: Origin and Evolution of the Tuscan Order," plus new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • March 30th - a special edition, collecting the entire Architecture of Place series in collaboration with the Prince's Foundation and INTBAU, plus new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • March 23rd - including "ICAA Book Club: City Country Sea," with Oliver Cope Architect, selected Calder Loth lectures on the historic of colonial architecture, the announcement of enrollment for the ICAA's new Open Access Workshop in Classical Architecture, plus new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • March 16th - In Memoriam: remembering Richard H. Driehaus and his enormous impact on the community of classicists, the complete McKim Lecture featuring Ben Pentreath, plus new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • March 9th - including "The Making of a House" with four partners from Robert A.M. Stern Architects, "ICAA in the News" highlights, plus new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • March 2nd - announcing Alexandra Bolinder-Gibsand as the first winner of the Bunny Mellon Landscape Design Prize, highlights from Bunny Mellon Curriucla-based lectures and courses, the Expanded Professional Portfolio from the Classicist No. 17, plus new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • February 23rd - a special edition, collecting the entire "What We're Watching" series in one place, plus new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • February 16th - including the Ben Pentreath lecture from the ICAA's collaboration with Sotheyby's, "Adventures with the English Country House," the ICAA Southern California Chapter's lecture "The Lush Classical Landscapes of Ellen Biddle Shipman," plus new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • February 9th - including the lecture "Design by Radical Indigenism" by Julia Watson, "Formality & Informality" by Arne Maynard, the announced return of ICAA Drawing Tours, plus new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • February 2nd - including the full ICAA Book Club with Thomas Lloyd, Bryan Huffman, and Linda Jane Holden focusing on the book "Garden Secrets of Bunny Mellon," the full course "The Architecture of Place: Planning for Rapid Urbanisation" with Ben Bolgar, Haja Halimah Lukay, and Peter Oborn, plus new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • January 26th - a special edition, collecting the entire "In Your Neighborhood" series in one place, plus new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • January 19th - including the story behind Peter Pennoyer Architects' new clock in Moynihan Train Hall, "The What and Why of Climate Responsive Design" with Andrew Coates, Fatou Dieye, and Deependra Prashad, and new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • January 12th - including the full "Brooklyn Bridge Conversation" with Kriss Roebling, "American Housing & Social Justice" with Marianne Cusato, and new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • January 5th -"Palladio's Book IV: Four and a Half Centuries of Inspiration" with Calder Loth, "What We're Watching" with Benjamin Salling, Peter Pennoyer Architects' clock at the newly unveiled Moynihan Train Hall, and new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.

2020

  • December 15th - including "In Your Neighborhood" with Suzanne Tucker, "Shanghai's The Bund" by Quan (Jerome) Zhai, two full lectures in the Architecture of Place series, the discussion "Innovation in Technology: The New Reality of Architecture, Technology, and Construction" with Shaun Frazier, Lindsey A. DuBosar, Adam Lowenthal, and Colin Slaten, and new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • December 8th - including the complete 2020 Stanford White Awards, hosted by AD's Mitchell Owens, the 2020 Stanford White Awards Reception with Samuel G. White, the second episode of "In Your Neighborhood" with Ankie Barnes, and new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • December 1st - including the 2nd Annual Mark Hampton Lecture with Markham Roberts and Alexa Hampton, "Breakfast and Books" with Valentin Goux, and new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • November 24th - including "In Your Neighborhood" with Ankie Barnes, "What We're Watching" with Joshua Arcurio, "Behind the Scenes" with Hyde Park Mouldings, and new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • November 10th - including "How to Hire a Designer" with Anne Fairfax, Andrew Cogar, Suzanne Kasler, David Andreozzi, and Janice Parker, the latest episode in the ICAA original podcast "Classicism in Conversation," and new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • October 27th - including "In Your Neighborhood" with designer Sarah Magness, "What We're Watching" with Mark Weaver, the complete lecture "For the Love of Plants" with Arne Maynard, and new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • October 20th - including INTBAU executive director Harriet Wennberg's entry in the "What We're Watching" series, "Behind the Scenes" with Fattori Fine Frames, and new upcoming courses, lectures, and more.
  • October 7th - including Jacques Levet's online course on Greek Revival architecture in America, Timothy Corrigan's entry in the "What We're Watching" series, a visit to architect and ICAA Board Member John B. Murray's restored barn, the complete lecture, "Placemakers: Conversations with New Town Founders and Designers," and new upcoming courses, lectures, and sketching activities.
  • September 29th - including a visit to Acapulco, Mexico with Sophia Loyzaga, Andrew Califano's entry in the "What We're Watching" series, the ICAA's new Chromophilia initiative, the latest episode in the ICAA's original podcast series, and new upcoming courses, lectures, and sketching activities.
  • September 22nd - including the ICAA Book Club featuring Clive Aslet and Dylan Thomas on their book Old Homes, New Life: The Resurgence of the British Country House, Calder Loth's two part lecture on colonial American architecture, and new upcoming courses, lectures, and sketching activities.
  • September 15th - including "In Your Neighborhood" with Eric Osth, the return of "What We're Watching" with Suzanne Tucker, the second installment in McClean Jenkins' architectural sketching series, the latest episode of the ICAA's podcast "Classicism in Conversation," and new upcoming courses, lectures, and sketching activities.
  • September 9th - including the complete videos for "Case Studies in Urban Design" with Historical Concepts and "Pen & Ink Architecture Meets the Virtual World" with Peter Pennoyer Architects, along with new upcoming courses, lectures, and sketching activities.
  • September 1st - including "In Your Neighborhood" with Stephen Byrns, McClean Jenkins' introduction to a new series on architectural sketching, Barry Bergdoll's lecture "Gilly & Schinckel and Athens on the Spree: Berlin Architecture 1790-1840," the second part of "The Unique Joys of Travel with the ICAA," the latest installment in the original podcast "Classicism in Conversation," and new upcoming courses, lectures, and sketching activities.
  • August 18th - including "In Your Neighborhood" with John B. Murray, Barry Bergdoll's lecture "Architecture in a Time of Upheaval: Projecting the Future in the French Revolutionary Decade 1789-1799," the latest installment in the original podcast "Classicism in Conversation," and new upcoming courses, lectures, and sketching activities.
  • August 12th - including George Saumarez Smith's lecture "A New Light on the Orders," Melissa DelVecchio's lecture "Living on Campus: Student Housing Models," a panel discussion of Ciudad Cayala with Leon Krier, María Sánchez, and Pedro Godoy, and new upcoming courses, lectures, and sketching activities.
  • August 4th - including "In Your Neighborhood" with Anne Fairfax, Giuseppe Mazzone's lecture "A Traditional Approach to Digital Technologies," Nathaniel Walker's lecture "Grace Under Pressure: Classical Architecture and the Aesthetics of Kindness," the latest episode of the ICAA's podcast, "Classicism in Conversation," and upcoming courses, lectures, and social sketching opportunities.
  • July 28th - including a special Bunny Mellon Curricula roundup, including upcoming courses and members-only lectures, registration for the Award for Emerging Excellence in the Classical Tradition, national and chapter events, filmed lectures, and social sketching opportunities.
  • July 21st - including "In Your Neighborhood" with Elizabeth Graziolo, the latest episode of the ICAA's podcast, "Classicism in Conversation," and interview with Summer Studio alum Gary Glinsey, parts III and IV of Rachel Fletcher's course, "Introduction to Architectural Proportion," a new entry in the Florida Chapter's "Behind the Scenes" series, and upcoming courses, lectures, and social sketching opportunities.
  • July 7th - The fourth installment of the four-week Driehaus Summer Studio Retrospective series includes interviews with Summer Studio alumnus Ian Reilly along with mentor Matt Hayes, plus an installment of "Where Are They Now?" with alumna Syndey Matsumoto. Also included are parts I & II of Rachel Fletcher's online course, "Introduction to Architectural Proportion," part II of Rodrigo Bollat Montenegro's course "The Urbanism of Greenwich Village," the latest episode of the ICAA's podcast, "Classicism in Conversation," chapter sketching events, and forthcoming live streamed lectures and courses.
  • June 30th - The third installment of the four-week Driehaus Summer Studio Retrospective series includes a new "In Your Neighborhood" episode with RAMSA's Melissa DelVecchio, two full online lectures from Calder Loth and David Gobel—"Managing Historic Landscapes and Gardens" and "Learning from Savannah: Architecture and Urbanism in Evolving Dialogue," respectively—interviews with Summer Studio alumni, an exploration of ICAA Travel Programs with President Peter Lyden, Lani Summerville, Lisa Fine, and Kathryn Herman, a new sketching activity, and more.
  • June 23rd - The second installment of the four-week Driehaus Summer Studio Retrospective series includes a new gallery of student work, instructor Michael Dennis' online lecture "The Language of Urban Form," the third and final episode of Barbara Eberlein's exploration of Ardrossan, part of the ICAA Visits series, a new podcast episode, "20 Questions," and new upcoming courses, lectures, and sketching activities.
  • June 16th - The premier of the four-week Driehaus Summer Studio Retrospective series, offering new online academic content from June 15-July 11. In addition to the announcement of upcoming lectures and courses, Summer Studio alum Michael Alexander shares his memories, and Rodrigo Bollat Montenegro shares part I of his exploration of the urbanism of New York City's Greenwich Village.
  • June 9th - including the premier of the ICAA's new podcast, "Classicism in Conversation," part 2 of "ICAA Visits: Ardrossan" with Barbara Eberlein, "In Your Neighborhood" with Kathryn Herman, "What We're Watching" with Mitchell Owens, Andrew Skurman's article, "Theatrical Architecture," and upcoming courses and lectures.
  • May 26th - including "In Your Neighborhood" with Russell Windham, "Valentin Goux's article, "The History of Chinoiseries in France, Part 3", part 2 of Francis Morrone's recorded lecture, "A History of Western Architecture: Greece and Rome," part 2 of David Csont's online drawing course, upcoming courses and lectures, and from the archives, "20th Century Architecture in New York" with Francis Morrone.
  • May 19th - including "ICAA Visits: Ardrossan" with Barbara Eberlein, "What We're Watching" with Margaret Kendrick, part 1 of Francis Morrone's recorded lecture, "A History of Western Architecture: Greece and Rome," upcoming courses and lectures, and from the archives, "Georgiana: Duchess of Devonshire" with Dr. Amanda Foreman.
  • May 12th - including "What We're Watching" with Gary L. Brewer of Robert A.M. Stern Architects, a new online drawing course from Urban Design Associates' David Csont, "Life in the Façade Lane: Six Degrees of Architectural Separation" with Bret Parsons, and from the archives, "Napoleon's Architects" with Professor Barry Bergdoll.
  • May 5th - including "What We're Watching" with ICAA President Peter Lyden, Stephen Chrisman's Reflections on the Christopher H. Browne Charleston Drawing Tour, new upcoming courses, and from the archives, Alexa Hampton and India Hicks.
  • April 28th - including "What We're Watching" with Clive Aslet, recorded lectures from the Bunny Mellon Curricula, and from the archives, a panel discussion with Robert A.M. Stern, Gary L. Brewer, and Melissa DelVecchio.
  • April 21st - including "What We're Watching" with Mark Ferguson, a course on the Tuscan Order with Mason Roberts, "Cathedrals of Knowledge" with Andrew Skurman, and from the archives, "Life at the Top" with Kirk Henckels and Anne Walker.
  • April 14th - including "In Your Neighborhood" with Eric Osth, "What We're Watching" with Richard Economakis, and from the archives, Ben Pentreath's lecture, "Adventures with the English Country House."
  • April 7th - including the filmed lecture, "Beyond Gatsby: The Fabled Gardens of Long Island's Gold Coast," an account of the Christopher H. Browne Charleston Drawing Tour, and from the archives, the lecture "A Universal Language in Stone and Steel," with Nathaniel Walker.
  • March 31st - including "Inspiration from India" with Michael Imber and Tom Kligerman, the educational video "Owning the Code," with Mason Roberts, Valentin Goux's article, "The History of Chinoiseries in France," and from the archives, Frank de Biasi's Breakfast and Books talk.
  • March 24th - including "Inspired Journeys" with Deborah Needleman, Lisa Fine, Migues Flores-Vianna, and Tom Scheerer, the educational video "Healthy Cities & Streets," with Kellen Krause, and from the archives, "Formality & Informality" with landscape designer Arne Maynard.
  • March 17th - including Design in Mind: On Location with James Ivory, the ICAA's Classical City Guide series, the online publication of the Classicist No. 16, the Foundations in Classical Architecture educational video series, and more