Click on each membership category to learn the specific benefits of joining, then visit our secure site to renew your membership, enroll as a new member, or purchase a gift membership. 


General Membership

Design, architect, fine art enthusiasts, professionals, non-professionals and the general public are invited to join the ICAA-NW General Member Program. Members of the General program choose a level of membership that suits their personal needs. Use the links below to select a level of membership or download the PDF Application.


STUDENT & YOUNG PROFESSIONAL
$45 (fully tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits

INDIVIDUAL
$85 (fully tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits

CONTRIBUTOR
$200 ($150 is tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits

SUSTAINER
$300 ($250 is tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits

DONOR
$500 ($425 is tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits

PATRON
$1,000 ($950 is tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits

BENEFACTOR
$2,500 ($2,300 is tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits

LATROBE
$5,000 ($4,500 is tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits


Professional Membership

Companies, organizations, and firms are welcome to join the Institute's Professional Member Program. As a Professional member of the ICAA-NW, your firm will join the many architects, designers, fabricators, vendors, builders, and other professionals around the nation committed to a sustainable built environment. Use the links below to select a level of membership or download the PDF Application.


SOLE PRACTITIONER
$200 ($150 is tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits

SUSTAINER FIRM
$300 ($250 is fully tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits

DONOR FIRM
$500 ($450 is tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits

PATRON FIRM
$1,000 ($950 is is tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits

BENEFACTOR FIRM
$2,500 ($2,300 is tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits

LATROBE FIRM
$5,000 ($4,500 is tax-deductible)
Membership Benefits


For more information on membership categories and benefits, or to purchase by phone, please contact Membership at (212) 730-9646, ext. 106, or membership@classicist.org.

Crown Point ~Columbia Gorge: photography by James Holloway.