Traditional Building Magazine
100 Year Window by Hull Millwork
Hull Millworks' 100 Year Window is a return to excellence and long-term performance. Brent Hull, a millwork craftsman,and custom builder has created a line of historically authentic windows built with superior materials and construction methods but with newer details for better energy efficiency.
AIA Historic Resources Committee luncheon will be held Thursday, 23 June, from 11:00-1:00 at the historic Glessner House.
Thomas Leslie, FAIA, Morrill Professor in Architecture, of Iowa State University will be guest speaker and talk about "Chicago Skyscrapers Between the Great Fire and the Great Depression: How Technology, Finance, and Politics Built the City."
Travel to Northern Ireland and Ballyfin with the ICAA this Fall
Two travel opportunities: Great Country Houses & Gardens of Northern Ireland & Great Country Houses of Ballyfin & Waterford County, October 15-29.
Newport, Rhode Island welcomes the Traditional Building Conference
The Newport Art Museum will be the next host venue for the Traditional Building Conference this June 14 & 15. Registration is now open. Attendees have the opportunity to earn 10+ AIA CEUs during the event.
Rugo Stone receives three Pinnacle Awards from the Natural Stone Institute
Rugo Stone wins three 2021 Pinnacle Awards from the Natural Stone Institute and Brett Rugo is recognized with the 2021 Migliore Award for Lifetime Achievement also from NSI.
Wrap-up: Traditional Building Conference — April 2022 Alexandria, VA
Historic, walkable, and fun! Alexandria, Virginia was the setting for the first Traditional Building Conference of 2022.
2022 Arthur Ross Awards for Excellence in the Classical Tradition Announced
This year’s winners—an illustrious roster of architects, artisans, designers, educators, writers, and urbanists—includes Appleton Partners LLP, John Danzer-Munder Skiles, Suzanne Rheinstein & Associates, Arne Maynard Garden Design, Timothy Smith and Jonathan Taylor, Barry Bergdoll, and Raymond L. Gindroz.
Pine Hall Brick Company permeable clay pavers used in award-winning project in Pennsylvania
A project that used Pine Hall Brick Company clay pavers took home an award at the 2021 Brick Industry Association’s (BIA) annual Brick in Architecture competition.
Case Study: University of Chicago Saieh Hall For Economics
History Maintained with Modern Efficiency using Hope’s® custom, handcrafted hot-rolled solid steel windows.
My Philadelphia Story: An Evening with Robert A.M. Stern
Join RAMSA’s Founding Partner Robert A. M. Stern for a virtual lecture where he will discuss the influence of Philadelphia on his more than half-century of practice as an architect, historian, and educator.
Traditional Building Conference Series is back in-person, starting in Alexandria, VA.
This event features two days of AIA CEU classroom education, architectural tours, networking, relationship building, food, and food for thought. There are several points of interest near our venue including Mt. Vernon, Woodlawn, and Old Town Alexandria.
Glavé & Holmes Architecture Announces Lori Garrett as President
This announcement marks the first time a woman has been President of the firm. With this leadership transition, Glavé & Holmes becomes the largest woman-led architecture firm based in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Menokin—the home of Francis Lightfoot Lee—an education in preservation.
Menokin will be a featured lecture subject at the Traditional Building Conference in Virginia this April 7, 2022.
Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Announces 2022 PCI Design Awards Winners
The highest total precast concrete building in the world, a single-family precast concrete home on a scenic lake, and a bridge at one of the nation’s busiest airports are some of the winning project highlights of the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute’s 2022 PCI Design Awards.
Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates Receives 2021 Grande Pinnacle Award
The 2021 Grande Pinnacle Award was presented to Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates in Northbrook, Illinois for their work on the Wyoming State Capitol Restoration project.
Rob Krier named 2022 Richard H. Driehaus Prize laureate; Wendell Berry wins 2022 Henry Hope Reed Award
Rob Krier, an architect, urbanist, scholar, painter, sculptor and educator, has been named the recipient of the 2022 Richard H. Driehaus Prize at the University of Notre Dame. Renowned author Wendell Berry has been named the winner of the 2022 Henry Hope Reed Award.
Kolbe will be exhibiting at the NAHB International Builders’ Show
Kolbe’s entrance doors incorporate personalization of style and scale.
2022 ICAA Christopher H. Browne Drawing Tours Announced
Drawing tours of Washington D.C. & Edinburg Scotland scheduled for May & June 2022. 20 to 35 credits towards the Certificate in Classical Architecture can be earned.
Case Studies: Using Natural Stone in Landscape Architecture
An announcement from Natural Stone Institute.
The 2021 Traditional Building Conference in Photos
Browse photos from our December 2021 conference in Coral Gables, Florida.
Hope’s Introduces Old World Suite™ Steel Windows and Doors
The new product line combines Old World style with modern performance.
Olive Hill Joins Motawi Tileworks' Frank Lloyd Wright Collection
New Frank Lloyd Wright design is both art piece and installation element.
Winners Announced for The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art’s 10th Annual Stanford White Awards
A virtual award program of the annual Stanford White Awards hosted by Mitchell Owens will be open to audiences everywhere.
Notting Hill Celebrates 25 Years of American Craftsmanship
Notting Hill Decorative Hardware, a high-end cabinet hardware company specializing in distinctive designs, is proud to announce its 25th Anniversary celebration.
The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Presents the 2022 Bunny Mellon Landscape Design Prize
Submissions are now being accepted for the 2022 Bunny Mellon Landscape Design Prize.
Historic Preservation Center in Notre Dame’s School of Architecture
$30 million gift in memory of Michael Duda establishes historic preservation center in Notre Dame’s School of Architecture
The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Celebrates the 40th Annual Arthur Ross Awards
On Monday, October 4th, 2021, after a hiatus of nearly two years, the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) was proud to welcome guests back to the in-person 40th Annual Arthur Ross Awards.
National Building Museum Invites Public to Honor Mabel O. Wilson In Person and via Livestream
Live presentation from celebrated architect, scholar and author focuses on intersection of design and Black history and culture.
Architectural Critic David Brussat Comments on Penn Station's Future: "Monumental Civility" and the Best of Old and New vs. the Former Governor's Plan for Wanton Demolition and "Creative Anti-Urbanism"
Architecture Critic David Brussat Extols the “Monumental Civility” of Plans to Rebuild the Original Penn Station and Preserve Historic 34th Street Neighborhood Fabric; Dismisses Cuomo’s Proposal to Keep the Transit Hub Below Ground and Gratuitously Demolish Much of the Neighborhood as “Creative Anti-Urbanism.”
Motawi Tileworks Introduces New Primrose, Calico Cat Art Tiles
Motawi Tileworks has broadened its collection of historically inspired ceramic tile with two new additions: 4x8 Primrose and 4x8 Calico Cat.
The New England Chapter of the ICAA Announces the 2021 Bulfinch Award Winners
The New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) announces the twelve winners of its eleventh Bulfinch Awards.
AIA Chicago’s Designight 2021 + Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Chicago Board of Directors has named Stuart Cohen, FAIA, as the 2021 recipient of the organization’s prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.
FRAMING THE VALLEY: California Central Valley Architecture
A thoughtful and engaging conversation celebrating the distinct and vibrant Central Valley region.
Call for Entries: The 10th Annual Stanford White Awards
The Stanford White Awards are a project-centric regional awards program of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, recognizing excellence in classical and traditional architecture, design, and craftsmanship in New York, New Jersey, and Fairfield County, Connecticut.