May 18, 2024

Private Classical Baltimore

Saturday, May 18th
10:30am – 4:00pm

E 5 St. Dunstan’s Garth
Baltimore, MD 21212

$85 for ICAA Members Only

Join the ICAA for an incredible tour of private classical Baltimore. The tour will include a wide variety of private homes from a restored 1920s mansion once home to Ogden Nash and fully renovated by Everett Schram, to 2 houses designed by renowned McKim, Meade, & White in Mt Vernon, and a luxury penthouse at the Warrington, home to designer Mona Hajj where lunch will be served. The tour will conclude with a tour of Mt Vernon square and drinks in the Mt Vernon Club housed in an 1842 Greek revival townhouse.

Please provide your own transportation though ride-sharing will be encouraged. This is one not to miss!

For more information, contact Stefan Hurray at


May 23, 2024

Michael Imber Book Signing & Reception

Thursday, May 23, 2024

6:30pm – 8:30pm

The Sulgrave Club, 1801 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036


$60 – Non-ICAA Members

$50 – ICAA Members

$20 – L’Enfants

$135 – Event + One Year ICAA Membership

Sulgrave Club Dress Code: Coat and tie required for gentlemen and equivalent formality for ladies.

Valet Parking Available for $20.


Please join the Washington Mid Atlantic ICAA in welcoming Michael G. Imber for a book lecture and signing on his new release, The Art of the Architect.
The Art of the Architect celebrates the role that drawing and watercolor painting play in architecture. Architectural drawing as we know it dates from the Renaissance, but with the arrival of computer design programs this ancient art—formed of pen, pencil, and brushstrokes on paper—is sometimes regarded as obsolete. The work of Michael G. Imber, whose watercolors and sketches are published here for the first time, shows what a vital contribution they can still make at every stage of an architectural project.
Michael G. Imber is a native Texan who grew-up exploring the unique landscapes of the West and the architecture built by its rugged inhabitants. He did his apprenticeship on the East Coast where he worked on projects such as the Deputy Secretary of State’s office and the University of Virginia. Michael returned to Texas and formed his own firm over twenty-five years ago in San Antonio.
Today, Michael G. Imber Architects is internationally known for architecture reflecting landscape and culture. As well as work spanning the U.S., Michael G. Imber Architects has worked in over a dozen countries. Its projects have ranged from churches and seminaries, colleges, hotels, and town centers to ranches and houses—all a unique reflection of the places in which they are built.
Michael’s work has been widely published and he was recently named one of twenty-five ‘leaders’ in a “Who’s Who in Traditional Architecture” by Traditional Building Magazine. He was the recipient of the Arthur Ross Award in 2007 for his contribution to civic and traditional architecture, and has won six national Palladio Awards and ten Staub Awards. In 2013, Michael released his first book, Ranches, Villas, and Houses serving as a monograph devoted to his work, and in 2022 was named the Robert A.M. Stern Visiting Professor of Classical Architecture at Yale.
Copies of the book will be available for sale and refreshments will be served.