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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Calendar
    More Advanced Elements Applying the Orders to a Classical Composition Tuesday May 10 and Wednesday May 11 Read More Classical Villas Gardens of the Italian Lake Region Following Edith Wharton May 11 18 2016 Read More Outstanding Private Residences Gardens Tangier Taroudant Marrakech Thursday May 12th to Sunday May 22nd Read More Analysis of Architectural Design Composition How to Study Buildings and Precedent Tuesday May 17 and Wednesday May 18

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    Chapter is pleased to present an inaugural program on the Architecture of New York from the 18th Century to Today This four part course four two hour sessions describes and explains the city s architecture from the 18th century to today with evenings devoted to Georgian and Neoclassical New York Romantic New York Beaux Arts New York and 20th and 21st century trends Each session will be fully illustrated by slides and informative review handouts will be provided The emphasis will be on key works St Paul s Chapel Federal Hall National Memorial Trinity Church Central Park the New York Public Library Forest Hills Gardens the Chrysler Building as well as on ordinary streets and places e g the brownstones of South Portland Avenue in Fort Greene tenements and early apartment buildings the white brick high rises of the Upper East Side The sessions will be in the form of lectures followed by casual receptions in which students may chat with one another and with the instructor Instructor Francis Morrone architectural historian and writer Tuition 120 ICAA Members 200 General Public Continuing Education 8 AIA LU Location Institute of Classical Architecture Art 20 West 44th Street New York NY Please

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    Jefferson and His Successors Register Now Friday April 8 and Saturday April 9 The ICAA is pleased to present an inaugural analytical and exploratory program Learning from Jefferson and his Successors to be held at the University of Virginia and led by architectural historian author and Professor Emeritus of the University of Notre Dame s School of Architecture Carroll William Westfall Introductory lectures will be closely connected to the exploration of buildings and the uniquely American landscape they define The program will stress the role Jefferson occupies in the classical tradition and interpret what he taught his successors about America s unique classical architecture and urbanism The tour will include visits to the Special Collections Library including a viewing of drawings by Thomas Jefferson and Stanford White Cabell Hall Garrett Hall Rouss and Cocke Halls and other pivotal sites on the university s campus Instructor Carroll William Westfall Architectural Historian Author and professor Emeritus of the University of Notre Dame s School of Architecture Tuition 210 190 ICAA Members Continuing Education 10 25 AIA LU HSW VIEW PROGRAM ITINERARY VIEW ALL UPCOMING CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES 20 west 44th street New York NY 10036 tel 212 730 9646 fax 212 730

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    architectural history After presentation of proportional ratios and concepts such as square root 2 square root 3 and the Golden Section each instructor will demonstrate proportional methods for the analysis and reconstruction of several archetypal works in architectural history such as the Pantheon Bramante s Tempietto Palladio s Villa Emo and Thomas Jefferson s Poplar Forest Classes will consist of PowerPoint presentations and real time demonstrations Instructors Steve Bass and Rachel Fletcher ICAA Instructor Author of Infinite Measure Learning to Design in Geometric Harmony with Art Architecture and Nature Location 20 West 44th Street Suite 310 New York NY Pre Requisites None Recommended Materials Pencils or graphic markers compass straightedge paper either loose or in a notebook 9 x 12 or larger tracing paper sandpaper block and drafting dots It is recommended that students bring their own materials the ICAA will provide materials if needed Continuing Education 6 AIA LU HSW Tuition 270 240 Members Sign up for your first Continuing Education course at the ICAA and get 50 off Call 212 730 9646 111 or e mail education classicist org to enroll at this discounted rate This offer applies to all Spring Continuing Education courses and if you sing

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    E Announcements Twitter Facebook RSS Feed Programs Lectures Tours Events Share The Grand er Tour Architectural Imagination Beyond the Classical World with Abraham Thomas Architectural Historian Register Now Monday April 11 6 00PM The ICAA is pleased to present The Grand er Tour in partnership with the Royal Oak Foundation The 19th century witnessed young architects traveling beyond the traditional Grand Tour to exotic regions such as the Middle East and India seeking inspirational sources from Ancient Egypt or the Islamic world Abraham Thomas will illustrate various journeys undertaken by designers over the past 300 years revealing how these adventures expanded and enriched the creative and intellectual imagination Location The General Society Library 20 West 44th Street Cost Reservations 30 members of the ICAA and Royal Oak 40 non members For more information and to register visit royal oak org lectures or call 212 480 2889 x201 Use co sponsor code 16SICAANY to receive the discounted price This lecture is co sponsored by the Royal Oak Foundation and the Institute of Classical Architecture Art 20 west 44th street New York NY 10036 tel 212 730 9646 fax 212 730 9649 Credits ICAA has pioneered an ecumenical curriculum model aimed to

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    that fuses beauty with functionality based on patents and designs of fine architectural builders and cabinetmakers early American Federal and Georgian period hardware E R Butler Co are successors in particular to four 19th century firms dedicated to technological achievement in the art of manufacturing locks and house trimmings for the American building trades During Mr Butler s lecture he will provide a general overview of company history and focus on the production of glass knobs for architectural and decorative purpose based on designs c 1820 s 1860 s He has designed door handles in coral resins most semiprecious stones pearls and every kind of wood and metal He will discuss some of his treasure trove of 50 000 catalogs designs blueprints molds and finished objects dating from the 1600s as well the one of a kind products and restoration projects he works on E R Butler Co has showrooms in New York and Boston and manufactures from Red Hook Brooklyn and Braintree Boston Mr Butler has designed thousands of different pieces of unique hardware for client s homes He has supplied hardware to former presidents Nobel Prize winning novelists and Oscar winning actors For Bill Gates mansion in Washington

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    renowned school famous for being the greatest art and architecture school in the world at the time include Richard Morris Hunt Guy Lowell John Russell Pope Julia Morgan and many others Margot M Ellis was educated at Manhattanville College where she received a bachelor s degree in French Studies and Harvard University where she received a master s degree in Anthropology Hired as a research assistant by Mr Carlhian Miss Ellis spent 15 years completing the Americans in Paris manuscript and brought it to publication after the death of Mr Carlhian in 2012 She is an author and editor based in Tucson Arizona While working as part of the legendary Boston firm Shepley Bulfinch Richardson Abbott the late Jean Paul Carlhian is most noted for enlivening the National Mall in Washington DC Carlhian also designed the National Museum of African Art and the Sackler Gallery of Asian Art both part of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington In addition he designed campus buildings for Northeastern University in Boston Middlebury College in Vermont and Harvard University where he formerly taught at the Graduate School of Design He graduated from the École des Beaux Arts in 1945 receiving the best thesis prize and

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    to enter the creative space of extraordinary artists Join us for the third in the series of classical artists studio tours as we visit the Grand Central Atelier The GCA is a leading educator of traditional artists in New York Following a tour of the studios and classrooms there will be the opportunity to join an open figure sketching class Location The GCA is located at 46 06 11th Street

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