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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Programs
    Announcements Twitter Facebook RSS Feed Programs Lectures Tours Events Share The People s Galleries with Giles Waterfield in Collaboration with The Frick Collection Wednesday April 27 2016 6 00 7 00 PM SOLD OUT In collaboration with The Frick Collection the ICAA is pleased to present The People s Galleries a talk with Giles Waterfield Waterfield art historian and author of The People s Galleries examines the creation and proliferation of private collections in Britain that became museums from the Bowes Museum to the Wallace Collection to the Russell Cotes Art Gallery Do they resemble the Frick or are their collections and aspirations wholly different Co sponsored by The Frick Collection and The Institute of Classical Architecture Art Location The Frick Collection 1 East 70th Street New York NY 10021 Cost Reservations This lecture is free and open to the public Reservations are required Seating is limited Please note As this lecture will be filmed there will be no late admittance Image Progress of Love The Pursuit by Jean Honoré Fragonard Copyright The Frick Collection 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

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Publications & Bookshop
    Contact Us Privacy Policy Donate Now Home Join the ICAA Today Classicist Blog E Announcements Twitter Facebook RSS Feed Publications Bookshop The Classicist No 1 Archive In an effort to make available on line selected articles from out of print issues of The Classicist The ICAA scanned copy from the first ground breaking issue and painstakingly coded the text to make accessible on the Web site Publishing technology was very different in 1994 when the first journal came out No electronic files exist only film and the floppy disks that were used are now useless relics It is a slow process to convert the material but it is the intention of the Institute to continue to bring more of the early work produced in The Classicists No s 1 2 and 3 to readers via the Web Meanwhile No s 7 11 are still available in print at the ICAA BACK TO THE FUTURE VII M AGRIPPA L F COS TERTIUM FECIT Read article THINKING ABOUT MODERNISM CLASSICISM By Carroll William Westfall Read article THE PUBLIC REALM AND THE COMMON GOOD By James Howard Kunstler Read article A Theory of Authority Who Put the Ism in Classicism By John E

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Membership & Chapters
    Donate Now Home Join the ICAA Today Classicist Blog E Announcements Twitter Facebook RSS Feed Membership Chapters 20 west 44th street New York NY 10036 tel 212 730 9646 fax 212 730 9649 Credits We offer unique and vibrant courses lectures and events where one can learn the fundamentals of proportion the orders the design of moldings and traditional detailing Join Now E Newsletter Signup Summer Studio 2015 When you

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Publications & Bookshop
    the design of the houses and buildings which line them For example standing on the sidewalk of a traditional neighborhood street in Baltimore Maryland we find ourselves in a public space that is the result of the cumulative contributions of privately owned individual houses with their porches and front lawns as well as the publicly owned street trees sidewalks and street The facades of houses are all in the same plane which defines the urban space but each facade is different as are the porches and landscaping in the yards The key to understanding this space is in its cross section Although the physical form of the public space is defined by the facades of buildings the legal definition of public and private is the property line located at the inside edge of the sidewalk The space between the property line and the facade which includes the front lawn and the front porch is owned by the individual but is also a contribution to the public realm The front facade of the house and the front yard are the most lavishly designed and decorated parts of the house They represent a gift to the street from each individual Historians of

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Publications & Bookshop
    of typical Neighborly Habitat House types allowing for appropriate selection according to neighborhood location Six housing types are illustrated single family detached houses single family attached houses mansion apartments townhouses apartment buildings and mixed use buildings The basic elements of each type are reviewed here The Architectural Patterns section should be consulted when designing a new house or transforming an existing plan Strategies for green building visitability and accessibility and

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Publications & Bookshop
    were adapted by local builders through the use of early pattern books and later catalogs of house plans Many early houses were built without the aid of pattern books and are increasingly rare These styles represent the broader patterns found in the neighborhoods constructed largely before 1940 Each style has become adapted to the local environment and local building traditions Five principal architectural styles can be found throughout the United

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Publications & Bookshop
    an incredible range of climatic zones microclimates plant species and landscape traditions This section of the Pattern Book is intended to provide guidance for designers volunteers and homeowners regarding the private landscape elements found on individual lots within American neighborhoods This section begins with an overview of General Site Considerations Following that individual sections define the typical characteristics and elements of the hardscape and landscape improvements recommended for a lot

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  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art — Publications & Bookshop
    Sponsorship Contact Us Privacy Policy Donate Now Home Join the ICAA Today Classicist Blog E Announcements Twitter Facebook RSS Feed Publications Bookshop Application Plan Book Habitat for Humanity house designs from around the country were collected to illustrate the application of the Pattern Book On the following pages the selected plans were transformed using a step by step design process and the patterns presented in this book The original plan and elevation of each design is shown followed by diagrams illustrating the design process These design transformations are followed by a collection of house designs submitted by various architects throughout the United States The designs exemplify the patterns contained in this book while demonstrating their use at various scales of construction This Application section also includes a reference list of Material Manufacturers that provide materials compatible with this Pattern Book a Glossary of Terms used in the Pattern Book a checklist and guide for homeowners on maintaining their house and a Resources list for further research and design guidance Download the PDF To order copies complete this order form or contact the Institute Call now 212 730 9646 20 west 44th street New York NY 10036 tel 212 730 9646

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