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ICAA SoCal 10th Anniversary

October has always been my favorite month, and this October will be even more special. Not only will I celebrate my own birthday this month (yes, it does keep getting better!), I’ll be celebrating with the Southern California Chapter of … Continue reading

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New and Native

Los Angeles classicists converged recently beneath the sturdy beams of the Spanish colonial clubhouse of the Beverly Hills Women’s Club to hear Gamble House Director Ted Bosley talk about the Craftsman architecture of Southern California. The Gamble House in Pasadena, … Continue reading

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It’s a good time to be a classicist in Los Angeles

It’s a good time to be a classicist in Los Angeles. Especially next week. The Institute of Classical Architecture & Arts So Cal has two great programs in the Los Angeles area next week. On Tuesday evening the studious amongst … Continue reading

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Architectural details and some of the bronze sculptures in the Massachusetts State House in Boston

I had the opportunity to wander the halls of the Massachusetts State House recently. I was early to an ICAA event and after perusing the State House Bookstore (reports on child welfare, food adulteration, agency budgets, and other soporific fare) … Continue reading

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ICAA NYC Holiday Cocktails & Auction

The Racquet and Tennis Club building on Park Avenue, designed by Charles McKim of McKim, Mead, and White, happens to be lit by tons of E. F. Caldwell Co. fixtures… a source of constant pleasant distraction for me. The Racquet and Tennis … Continue reading

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ICAA New England Bulfinch Awards

We joined the ICAA New England Chapter for the annual Bulfinch Awards at the Massachusetts Statehouse last Wednesday. The award “recognizes contemporary excellence in New England classical and traditional design…named in honor of Charles Bulfinch, the Boston architect who played a … Continue reading

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