The Interior Architecture Knowledge Committee (IAKC) is committed to advancing the practice of Interior Architecture by providing its membership with resources to elevate their professional practice and design excellence. We serve to facilitate a national dialogue that addresses a range of key issues, including innovative design and programming, the incorporation of sustainable materials and technologies, and the social, cultural, and spatial impact of architecture on human experience. IAKC seeks to address national issues with regional sensitivity, providing a platform for its membership to share knowledge, gain expertise, and form collaborative relationships with industry peers and allied partners. Join us!
The next Traditional Building Conference will take place at Boscobel House & Gardens July 16-17, 2019. Overlooking the Hudson River, Boscobel was painstakingly restored after falling into disrepair in the 1950s. It now stands as a testament to the power of preservation and traditional building techniques. Boscobel's interiors display one of the finest collections of New York furniture from the Federal Period, including documented examples by America's most celebrated cabinet maker, Duncan Phyfe.
Join us and enjoy exclusive access to the mansion while learning the latest in restoration, sustainability and traditional materials and methods while overlooking the tranquil Hudson Valley.Courses for AIA Learning Units:
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Attendees will enjoy architectural walking tours and behind the scenes access to Boscobel. In the nighttime hours following the conference, the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival while be joining us on Boscobel's grounds.