November 13, 2018
Focused on Southern California, the  Classicist No. 15 explores the region's rich architectural history as well as contemporary examples of classical design through professional and student portfolios and academic articles authored by leaders within the field.

Contributors include Guest Editor Marc Appleton of Appleton Partners LLP; Stefanos Polyzoides of Moule & Polyzoides; Bret Parsons of Pacific Union International; Elizabeth A. Logan of the Huntington-USC Institute on California and the West; and Robert Winter, former Professor of History of Ideas at Occidental College.

Additionally, the expanded portfolio featuring projects in the Southern California region is now available to view on the ICAA's website .

Revisit the ICAA's interview with Classicist No. 15 contributor and California Architect & Urbanist Elizabeth Moule .

Sponsorship pages are currently available for the next issue, the Classicist No. 16.
If you are interested in sponsoring a page within this issue, please contact [email protected] .
The first in the mini documentary series Design in Mind premiered before a packed audience
On October 10th, the ICAA premiered Robert A.M. Stern: Always a Student , which offers an exploration of Robert A.M. Stern's contributions to architecture and education.

The evening featured a panel discussion with Stern and RAMSA partners Melissa DelVecchio and Gary Brewer, moderated by Architectural Digest 's Mitch Owens.

By Dan Osborne, Principal and Director of Design Enrichment at  Historical Concepts
The ICAA is pleased to showcase projects, artwork, and inspiration submitted by our members. At Historical Concepts, an ICAA member firm, a practice of daily sketching keeps creativity flowing.

Registration now open for upcoming Workshops and Continuing Education programs
The ICAA offers a diverse range of Workshops and Continuing Education programs for professionals, students, and enthusiasts on topics in architecture and the allied arts.

Through the end of the year the ICAA continues to feature a rich selection of courses across the country, many of which offer Continuing Education credit, including the upcoming ICAA Intensive in Classical Architecture: New York .

The ICAA Launches an Initiative to Benefit Emerging Classicists
Starting this fall, individuals age 35 and under may attend CE classes in New York tuition-free

Thanks to the generous support of John F.W. Rogers, the ICAA is proud to offer free Continuing Education classes in New York to individuals age 35 and under. Some restrictions apply, so please contact  [email protected]  to learn more about this exciting opportunity.
Each year, the ICAA offers a variety of travel programs that allow our travelers to experience the world's most stunning private homes, palaces, gardens, and architectural sites. The ICAA is excited to announce the 2019 travel program calendar, which will bring participants to such locales as the Scottish Highlands , New Orleans , Barcelona , London , Rome , Savannah , and more.

Participants share their experiences at this unique opportunity for professional advancement
The ICAA Intensive in Classical Architecture: Los Angeles took place at the historic Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills from October 14-21, and provided a solid basis for instruction in the classical language.

Read as students relate their experiences and share photographs of their work, giving insight into the enriching opportunity that an ICAA Intensive provides.

November 15 Philadelphia: Trumbauer Awards Ceremony

December 5 New York Region: Stanford White Awards Ceremony

December 7 Southeast Chapter: Shutze Awards Submission Deadline

December 15 New England: Bulfinch Awards Submission Deadline

Special Premium Gift Offer Available During the Holiday Season

This holiday season, the ICAA is running a special Premium Gift offer, allowing you to give the gift of membership along with one of three books (at 50% off retail price) for the cost of membership plus $30.

Book options include:
  • Americans in Paris: Foundations of America's Architectural Gilded Age by Jean Paul Carlhian and Margot M. Ellis
  • Edifices de Rome Moderne by Paul Letarouilly
  • Peter Pennoyer Architects: Apartments, Townhouses, Country Houses by Anne Walker

The ICAA depends on the generosity of our supporters in order to educate and inspire the classicists of both today and tomorrow. By donating to the ICAA's Year End Appeal, you can help sustain vital educational programming .