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The Pacific Northwest Chapter of the ICAA presents an array of unique local events & educative programs for all design professionals, builders, artisans & the general public - as well as students of art, architecture & planning.
Celebration of Dundon-Berchtold Hall with RAMSA, Soderstrom Architects, and the University of Portland (Date Tentative)
Join the University of Portland, Soderstrom Architects. and renowned Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) for a celebration of Dundon-Berchtold Hall, the newest addition to the University’s campus. Please check back soon for more details to come.
Please join us for the second installment of ICAA-NW’s Wine & Design, a brand-new discussion group that meets every 3-4 months. Discussion each meeting will center around an architectural writing or design-related topic, which will serve as a springboard for lively discussion. If applicable, readings will be emailed out to attendees prior to the event.
At our February meeting, Briana Miller and Brian Kramer will lead us through Briana’s recent research on the textiles of Timberline Lodge and the how they relate to its furniture and architecture. Come learn more about her work and see where it takes our discussion!
KATIE RIDDER, DESIGNER
As Architectural Digest observed, Katie Ridder's "interiors are a richly layered extravaganza of exotic patterns and bright hues, peppered with venerable antiques." Katie's extraordinary dexterity with palettes of primary and secondary colors, her playful approach to mixing antiques and modern pieces, and her eye for unusual decorative accents have all established her as a leading, and singular, figure in the world of interior design.
Clients from Switzerland to Virginia have commissioned her to design the interiors of spaces as varied as Japanese pavilions, Palm Beach estates, Park Avenue apartments, and downtown lofts. Katie has expanded her reach by creating a wallpaper and fabric line, represented at Holland & Sherry showrooms throughout the country, as well as in Europe.
Ridder's work has been published in Architectural Digest, The New York Times, Elle Décor, Town & Country, Domino, and House Beautiful. Architectural Digest, Elle Décor and House Beautiful have featured her projects on their covers. She is regularly included in the "Top 100" lists of designers by magazines such as House Beautiful, Elle Décor, and New York Magazine. Katie's first book Rooms was published by Vendome Press in 2011 and is in its third printing. A House in the Country - Ridder's second book, co-authored with her husband, architect Peter Pennoyer - has graced three Amazon best-sellers lists.
Katie's design work extends to her involvement with many groups. She is currently on the Board of Directors of the Garden Conservancy.
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PETER PENNOYER, FAIA
TRADITION & MODERNISM IN ARCHITECTURE TODAY: For twenty-five years, Peter Pennoyer and his partners have grounded their work on architectural practices of the past as the basis for creating forward-thinking designs. The common thread in their varied body of work, which includes residential, commercial and institutional commissions, is their conviction that architecture must be relevant, appropriate and beautiful. Join Peter as he examines how PPA reimagines architectural traditions for contemporary living, sharing photographs from some of their more important - and challenging - projects, showcasing a variety of architectural styles, and offering advice on the tools that are essential for designing houses today.
PETER PENNOYER is the founding partner of Peter Pennoyer Architects, the New York-based architecture and design firm. He is a member of Architectural Digest's AD100, a trustee of the Morgan Library & Museum, and co-author, with Anne Walker, of five books on early twentieth-century American architectural practices. He is also the author of A House in the Country, written with his wife, interior designer Katie Ridder. Peter has served as chairman and board member of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art and in 2014 he was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects. Peter is an adjunct professor in the department of Architecture & Urban Studies at New York University and a recipient of the ICAA Arthur Ross Award. Current projects include a house for the artist, Jeff Koons, and a new house in Ohio influenced by Czech Cubism. His firm's work has been published in newspapers, books and periodicals, including Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Town & Country, Galerie, Veranda, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and many others.
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Please join the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, Northwest Chapter for a visit to the beautiful Portland Japanese Garden. The group will begin with a guided tour focusing on the cherished landscape architecture of the Gardens, and learning about the history and elements of the eight distinct gardens on the grounds. Participants will then have ample time for sketching and exploring the garden individually. Please bring a sketchbook and pencils. Please note that liquid and pigmented media are not allowed within the Portland Japanese Gardens.
Please note, the cost for ICAA Members and the general public is $15.50.
ICAA-NW ARTISAN TOUR
RED LEAF STONE is a Pacific Northwest based dimensional stone carver, fabricator and masonry installer. Our history is founded on the craftsmanship of British Cathedral stonemasonry and our work today continues to uphold core traditional values and principles integral to beautiful geometries, finishes and architectural styles of old-world quality. However, our firm has also evolved over the years in terms of advanced modern technology, mechanized capacity and geographic reach, and therefore remains highly relevant in meeting todays competitive marketplace demands. So stated, Red Leaf Stone is pleased to announce its ability to provide full services as an intelligent convergence of both high tech solutions and enduring human craftsmanship specifically tailored to your custom project needs.
Red Leaf Stone full-service solutions are: forensic as-built site measuring, virtual renderings, shop drawings, detailed stone carving and high capacity fabrication - to structural engineering, ASTM stone anchor design and anchor fitting fabrication - to on-site delivery and experienced journeymen stone installation.
TOUR DESCRIPTION: The tour will focus on how an architect's design is processed into digital as-built measurements relative to a building sub-structure and converging CAD systems, followed by a walk-through of primary and secondary cutting and profiling phases, viewing of large scale equipment, tooling, hand-finishing and packaging. Attendees will see the method of enormous raw quarry blocks cut into slabs by wire saw, then carved into architecturally pleasing elements and details, followed by stainless steel anchor fabrication. Foremen will be available on site for discussions about how details are maintained until the final product is packaged, loaded onto trucks and delivered.
Additionally, both the ICAA-NW Chapter and Red Leaf Stone would like to invite you to an After-Tour-Hour gathering in Abbotsford at the reputable Ravens Brewery, as well as a networking dinner at Lupo's Restaurant in downtown Vancouver to follow (for those who can make an overnight trip)...please see details below...
TOUR TIME: 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
TOUR COST: COMPLIMENTARY & open to Public...
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LOCATION: RED LEAF STONE, 30640 Marshall Road, Abbotsford, B.C., V4X 2L1, Canada.
BREW TIME: 4:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
BREW COST: COMPLIMENTARY for Tour Attendees...
LOCATION: RAVENS BREWING COMPANY, 2485 Townline Road, Abbotsford, B.C.
After Hour complimentary craft beer generously provided by Red Leaf Stone, such as the following selections: Sumas Mtn. Lager, Corsair Double IPA, Oldhand Coffee IPA, Clayburn Smoked Scotch Ale, Sunset Wheat Ale, Jackdaw Rye Sour, Strawberry Rhubarb Sour, Raspberry Hefeweizen, Huginn Barrel Aged Dark Sour, Muninn Dark Sour with Black Currant, Dry Irish Stout, Hot Chocolate Porter, Farmer's French Saison, and West Coast Pale Ale...
DINNER TIME: 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
DINNER RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCATION: LUPO RESTAURANT, 890 Hamilton Street, Vancouver, B.C., V6B 2R7...for those who make an overnight trip...
FOUR SEASONS - CYPRESS ROOM Gathering
Join the ICAA-NW Chapter as we hold an education programming & events planning gathering at the Four Seasons Hotel - Cypress Room with special presentation by ICAA Board of Director's Education Committee Chair, Michael Mesko.
Sponsors, members, non-members, builders, artisans, architects, design leaders, & enthusiasts are all invited to attend this inspiring presentation, followed by a group discussion on the future growth of our ICAA-NW Chapter. Together, we want to plan future events, explore workshops & underwriting as good business, offer enriching knowledge, expertise & skills thru education, and create business opportunities that foster new work. Your ideas are inextricable towards contributing to a revived culture of building & design in the Pacific Northwest.
Please JOIN US and learn more about getting involved.
TIME OF GATHERING: 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
FOUR SEASONS - GOLDFINCH TAVERN Reception
Celebrate with the ICAA-NW Chapter (following the meeting) in the Four Seasons Hotel - Goldfinch Tavern for an informal get-to-know-you reception to include complimentary beer & wine, seafood towers, cured meats, artisan cheeses & roasted vegetable salad hors d'oevres. Cheers to the future of NW design..!!
TIME OF RECEPTION: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
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