Courtyards of Alys Beach

2012-09-21
Alys Beach , Alys Beach , FL , USA

Alys Beach's original vision called for a variety in the types of homes to be built, including townhouse, family compound, and the major differentiator, the courtyard home. The beauty of these courtyard homes is their anchoring of the structure to the site—embracing the community and natural setting—while offering cloistered and sheltered outdoor spaces enhanced by transitional spaces, archways, and the placement of windows and doorways. As 30A has enjoyed a resurgence of tourists this summer, these courtyard homes are a welcome change of pace.


Seven50 Opening Summit Presentation

Victor Dover, Allison DeFoor, Bob Burchell,
2012-07-05
Roar Media , Delray Beach , FL , USA

Slides from opening summit at Seven50, held at Delray Beach, Florida.


CNU20: Seaside 30th Anniversary: Architecture can transcend style

Walter Chatham, Robert Davis, Alexander Gorlin, Scott Merrill,
2012-05-12
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

With the 30th anniversary of Seaside in 2011, the "inaugural" New Urbanism project theoretically becomes eligible for designation as a historic district. Seaside was the first on many fronts: 1) The original graphic code led to the development of form-based codes. 2) The architectural code recovered an interest in vernacular architecture. 3) Prudent financial planning underpinned many sustainability concepts. 4) The use of native species is now commonly referred to as Xeriscape. This session will take a close look at Seaside and examine its influence and transcendence from style to a movement.


CNU20: Rainwater-In-Context Speed Presentations

Steve Coyle, Paul Crabtree, Dao Doan, Jonathan Ford, Tom Low, Lisa Nisenson, Lynn Richards, Kent Schwendy, Brian Teague,
2012-05-12
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Leaders of CNU's Rainwater-In-Context-Initiative report from the stormfront of Green Infrastructure and Community Design in a lightning fast Pecha Kucha. Learn how New Urbanists respond to the tsunami of surface water runoff regulations. Following the Pecha Kucha, attendees will participate in a working meeting.


CNU20: Charrettes and the Next Generation of Public Involvement

Andres Duany, Hazel Borys, Gianni Longo, Eliza Harris, Ben Drown, Bill Lennertz, David Brain,
2012-05-12
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Are the days of the seven-day charrette behind us? Shrinking budgets, social media, tea party obstruction... it's time to take another look at charrettes and public involvement. Limited project budgets are challenging everyone. The web has also made it possible for the public, as well as consultants, to participate from a distance. This technology can save money, but what are the costs to shared learning and the building of relationships? How can these high-tech tools be leveraged to increase the number and diversity of people that are engaged in planning projects while still maintaining the advantages of face-to-face meetings? This session will present the latest tools, techniques and the trade-offs of social media and web-based participation tools within the context of the face-to-face public design charrette format.


CNU20: Seminal New Urbanism in the Sunshine State

Jorge Camejo, Daryl Davis, Robert Davis, Geoffrey Mouen, Eric Osth, David Pace, John Torti,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Seminal New Urbanism in the Sunshine State: Critique of Florida legacy projects Seaside, Baldwin Park, and Mizner Park, and how they are shaping development in 2012 and beyond This session will examine and critique three seminal Florida projects: Seaside, the first new urban town; Mizner Park, the first total redevelopment of a shopping mall into a town center; and Baldwin Park, the first redevelopment of a military base into a new urban neighborhood.


CNU20: Moving Lifelong Communities to Scale

M. Scott Ball, Robert Jenkens, Kathryn Lawler,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

The long anticipated growth in the older adult population will reach an unprecedented peak over the next two decades. It's clear that the nation's current housing, transportation and healthcare infrastructure will not adequately support the growth in the older adult population. Remarkably, the majority of the innovations in policy, urban design, service delivery and construction have been only locally initiated and rarely replicated at a national scale. The Congress of New Urbanism is uniquely positioned to play a role in moving the country from pilot programs to national role out of community-based aging programs. Long-term care is increasingly understood as an urban issue as well as a service system issue. Well structured neighborhoods keep residents healthier, more engaged, and less dependent on institutional care. This is especially true when health and wellness services are filtered in through the neighborhood setting. This session will look at the national policy changes necessary to move innovation in neighborhood based care to scale in the areas of Flexible Long Term Care, Housing Finance to Support Housing Choice, and Accessible Environments.


CNU20: The Economic Benefit of Good Urbanism

Peter Katz, Joseph Minicozzi, Michael Pagano, Galina Tachieva,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Urbanism has been engaged by most municipalities as an apologetic or alternative form of development, to the perceived 'market driven' sprawl that most communities face. Yet innovative financial and policy analysis has demonstrated that mixed-use development is not only more beneficial for the environment, but also the fiscally responsible form of growth. This session explores analytic tools, property policy, as well as design strategies that can repair the larger urban fabric. The panel will explain and de-mystify tax policy, as well as a walk through of the communication tools that will help planners and decision makers understand urban design alternatives. We not only focus on solutions to repair our built environment, but to steal a line from the movie Jerry Maguire, we are going to 'Show you the money!'


CNU20: New Urbanism and Historic Preservation: Collaboration Strategies

Pratt Cassity, John Massengale, Steven Semes,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

While New Urbanism and historic preservation share many values and tools, in practice the two fields have typically acted separately and viewed one another with skepticism. But as more New Urbanist projects engage existing and historic neighborhoods, and as TNDs become eligible for landmark designation, the need for cooperation between the fields will only increase. With the 30th anniversary of Seaside in 2011, the "inaugural" TND becomes theoretically eligible for designation as a historic district, raising questions about what scenarios might follow from such designation. How would managing Seaside as a historic district continue or differ from the code-based way it has been managed so far? Conversely, how might New Urbanist planners manage growth and change in a historic district and how might that differ from current practices guided by the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation? The two fields can work together to promote the sustainable, walkable communities envisaged by the Charter for the New Urbanism, but discussion of points of both convergence and conflict is necessary to assure appropriate forms of collaboration.


CNU20: Mechanical vs. Passive Technology: Looking for Balance in Building Science

William Browning, Ann Daigle, Hank Dittmar, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

This session will discuss tensions between mechanical and passive technologies in commercial and residential buildings. Advocates of passive systems argue that mechanical systems are an unnecessary complication and expensive; often resulting in buildings without the resilience to withstand power interruptions. Advocates of mechanical systems argue that many passive systems are unappealing to the market in many regions with even modest variations in temperature, and that the lack of understanding of humidity results in higher energy bills and mold issues.


CNU20: The Misunderstood Transect: Theory vs. Practice in New Urbanist Codes

Paul Crabtree, Andres Duany, Matthew Lambert, Sandy Sorlien, Emily Talen,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

The Rural-to-Urban Transect seems intuitive, commonsense, observable. Even now it is possible to see an American pattern of countryside to suburbs to cities. In their early essays, NU theorists assumed that the Transect described that regional pattern, as if seen from ten thousand feet. But actual practice has been different; nearly every Transect-based code covers an area comprehensible from a bird's eye or hilltop, not an airliner. In NU regulating plans, the T-zones are applied at the fine grain of several zones per pedestrian shed. Is there more than one useful Transect? How did some Transect-based codes end up encouraging sprawl? How did the SmartCode sort out the different scales? What are the sticking points for a more widespread understanding of this powerful coding framework? In hindsight, we can trace a path from the 18th century continental drawings of Humboldt to early German and American context-based zoning codes, through the 1986 Seaside Urban Code and 1990s TND Ordinances, and finally to the 21st century model SmartCode, and the widespread adoption of its calibrations and of other Transect-based codes. This session is not just a history lesson; it will be a clear-eyed, self-critical look at why certain key concepts fell by the wayside, and how we can sort them out.


CNU20: Looking Forward: New Urbanism and the New World

Andres Duany, Jennifer Hurley, Daniel Solomon,
2012-05-10
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

As we enter CNU's third decade, economic, political, and environmental conditions pose serious challenges for the built and natural environment, as well as New Urbanist practice. Two of CNU's Founders will open this session with lectures addressing these challenges. Andres Duany will present the 21st century crises that call for New Urbanists to adapt, including slow development, the public process, suburban retrofit, agricultural urbanism, and the theology of metrics. Dan Solomon will discuss the tensions between new urbanism's roots in the nuanced complexity of the city and the reductive codifying of New Urbanist practice. Following the opening lectures, we will tackle New Urbanism's future with open source small group discussions around the theme of "How can the New Urbanism help us meet the challenges of the New World?" These sessions will launch this year's Open Source Congress.


Courtyards of Alys Beach

2012-09-21
Alys Beach , Alys Beach , FL , USA

Alys Beach's original vision called for a variety in the types of homes to be built, including townhouse, family compound, and the major differentiator, the courtyard home. The beauty of these courtyard homes is their anchoring of the structure to the site—embracing the community and natural setting—while offering cloistered and sheltered outdoor spaces enhanced by transitional spaces, archways, and the placement of windows and doorways. As 30A has enjoyed a resurgence of tourists this summer, these courtyard homes are a welcome change of pace.


Seven50 Opening Summit Presentation

Victor Dover, Allison DeFoor, Bob Burchell,
2012-07-05
Roar Media , Delray Beach , FL , USA

Slides from opening summit at Seven50, held at Delray Beach, Florida.


CNU20: Seaside 30th Anniversary: Architecture can transcend style

Walter Chatham, Robert Davis, Alexander Gorlin, Scott Merrill,
2012-05-12
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

With the 30th anniversary of Seaside in 2011, the "inaugural" New Urbanism project theoretically becomes eligible for designation as a historic district. Seaside was the first on many fronts: 1) The original graphic code led to the development of form-based codes. 2) The architectural code recovered an interest in vernacular architecture. 3) Prudent financial planning underpinned many sustainability concepts. 4) The use of native species is now commonly referred to as Xeriscape. This session will take a close look at Seaside and examine its influence and transcendence from style to a movement.


CNU20: New Urbanism and Historic Preservation: Collaboration Strategies

Pratt Cassity, John Massengale, Steven Semes,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

While New Urbanism and historic preservation share many values and tools, in practice the two fields have typically acted separately and viewed one another with skepticism. But as more New Urbanist projects engage existing and historic neighborhoods, and as TNDs become eligible for landmark designation, the need for cooperation between the fields will only increase. With the 30th anniversary of Seaside in 2011, the "inaugural" TND becomes theoretically eligible for designation as a historic district, raising questions about what scenarios might follow from such designation. How would managing Seaside as a historic district continue or differ from the code-based way it has been managed so far? Conversely, how might New Urbanist planners manage growth and change in a historic district and how might that differ from current practices guided by the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation? The two fields can work together to promote the sustainable, walkable communities envisaged by the Charter for the New Urbanism, but discussion of points of both convergence and conflict is necessary to assure appropriate forms of collaboration.


CNU20: Seminal New Urbanism in the Sunshine State

Jorge Camejo, Daryl Davis, Robert Davis, Geoffrey Mouen, Eric Osth, David Pace, John Torti,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Seminal New Urbanism in the Sunshine State: Critique of Florida legacy projects Seaside, Baldwin Park, and Mizner Park, and how they are shaping development in 2012 and beyond This session will examine and critique three seminal Florida projects: Seaside, the first new urban town; Mizner Park, the first total redevelopment of a shopping mall into a town center; and Baldwin Park, the first redevelopment of a military base into a new urban neighborhood.


Roswell Historic Gateway, Presentation to local citizens

Andres Duany,
2012-04-13
New Urban Roswell , Roswell , GA , USA

Andres Duany presents concepts for three neighborhood villages along the HIstoric Gateway of Roswell, GA to a group of residents and stakeholders.


Alys Beach virtual fly-through

2011-08-15
ARXsolutions , Alys Beach , Florida , USA




Take a stroll through Habersham, SC

2011-03-09
Habersham , Beaufort , South Carolina , USA




Life in Habersham, SC

2011-03-09
Habersham , Beaufort , South Carolina , USA




Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach on CNN

2011-01-02
30A TV , Alys Beach , Florida , USA

Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach (www.digitalgraffiti.com) is the world's first projection art festival, with artists using the latest technologies to project their original works onto the town's iconic white walls.


My Miami with Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk; The Village of Campo Sano.

Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk,
2010-07-07
Architectural Record , Coral Gables , Florida , USA

Plater-Zyberk, dean of the University of Miami School of Architecture--and dean of New Urbanism--takes us on a tour of a small project embedded with big ideas--and tough site challenges. Plater-Zyberk, principal of DPZ, says this project tries to 'provide a good influence for future infill building and densification ... as an alternative to the single-family house.' She also explains how a less-than-ideal site informed many of the design decisions--including a need for 'particularly picturesque' architecture--and garages which serve as buffers from the street.


Kentlands - Breathing Life into the Bricks

2009-06-23
City of Gaithersburg , Gaithersburg , Maryland , USA

A video exploring life and community in Kentlands.


Kentlands - Breathing Life into the Bricks

2009-06-23
City of Gaithersburg , Gaithersburg , Maryland , USA

A video exploring life and community in Kentlands.


KETC | Living St. Louis | New Town

2008-01-30
KETC9 , St. Charles , MO , USA




CNU20: Seaside 30th Anniversary: Architecture can transcend style

Walter Chatham, Robert Davis, Alexander Gorlin, Scott Merrill,
2012-05-12
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

With the 30th anniversary of Seaside in 2011, the "inaugural" New Urbanism project theoretically becomes eligible for designation as a historic district. Seaside was the first on many fronts: 1) The original graphic code led to the development of form-based codes. 2) The architectural code recovered an interest in vernacular architecture. 3) Prudent financial planning underpinned many sustainability concepts. 4) The use of native species is now commonly referred to as Xeriscape. This session will take a close look at Seaside and examine its influence and transcendence from style to a movement.


CNU20: Rainwater-In-Context Speed Presentations

Steve Coyle, Paul Crabtree, Dao Doan, Jonathan Ford, Tom Low, Lisa Nisenson, Lynn Richards, Kent Schwendy, Brian Teague,
2012-05-12
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Leaders of CNU's Rainwater-In-Context-Initiative report from the stormfront of Green Infrastructure and Community Design in a lightning fast Pecha Kucha. Learn how New Urbanists respond to the tsunami of surface water runoff regulations. Following the Pecha Kucha, attendees will participate in a working meeting.


CNU20: Charrettes and the Next Generation of Public Involvement

Andres Duany, Hazel Borys, Gianni Longo, Eliza Harris, Ben Drown, Bill Lennertz, David Brain,
2012-05-12
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Are the days of the seven-day charrette behind us? Shrinking budgets, social media, tea party obstruction... it's time to take another look at charrettes and public involvement. Limited project budgets are challenging everyone. The web has also made it possible for the public, as well as consultants, to participate from a distance. This technology can save money, but what are the costs to shared learning and the building of relationships? How can these high-tech tools be leveraged to increase the number and diversity of people that are engaged in planning projects while still maintaining the advantages of face-to-face meetings? This session will present the latest tools, techniques and the trade-offs of social media and web-based participation tools within the context of the face-to-face public design charrette format.


CNU20: Moving Lifelong Communities to Scale

M. Scott Ball, Robert Jenkens, Kathryn Lawler,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

The long anticipated growth in the older adult population will reach an unprecedented peak over the next two decades. It's clear that the nation's current housing, transportation and healthcare infrastructure will not adequately support the growth in the older adult population. Remarkably, the majority of the innovations in policy, urban design, service delivery and construction have been only locally initiated and rarely replicated at a national scale. The Congress of New Urbanism is uniquely positioned to play a role in moving the country from pilot programs to national role out of community-based aging programs. Long-term care is increasingly understood as an urban issue as well as a service system issue. Well structured neighborhoods keep residents healthier, more engaged, and less dependent on institutional care. This is especially true when health and wellness services are filtered in through the neighborhood setting. This session will look at the national policy changes necessary to move innovation in neighborhood based care to scale in the areas of Flexible Long Term Care, Housing Finance to Support Housing Choice, and Accessible Environments.


CNU20: Seminal New Urbanism in the Sunshine State

Jorge Camejo, Daryl Davis, Robert Davis, Geoffrey Mouen, Eric Osth, David Pace, John Torti,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Seminal New Urbanism in the Sunshine State: Critique of Florida legacy projects Seaside, Baldwin Park, and Mizner Park, and how they are shaping development in 2012 and beyond This session will examine and critique three seminal Florida projects: Seaside, the first new urban town; Mizner Park, the first total redevelopment of a shopping mall into a town center; and Baldwin Park, the first redevelopment of a military base into a new urban neighborhood.


CNU20: New Urbanism and Historic Preservation: Collaboration Strategies

Pratt Cassity, John Massengale, Steven Semes,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

While New Urbanism and historic preservation share many values and tools, in practice the two fields have typically acted separately and viewed one another with skepticism. But as more New Urbanist projects engage existing and historic neighborhoods, and as TNDs become eligible for landmark designation, the need for cooperation between the fields will only increase. With the 30th anniversary of Seaside in 2011, the "inaugural" TND becomes theoretically eligible for designation as a historic district, raising questions about what scenarios might follow from such designation. How would managing Seaside as a historic district continue or differ from the code-based way it has been managed so far? Conversely, how might New Urbanist planners manage growth and change in a historic district and how might that differ from current practices guided by the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation? The two fields can work together to promote the sustainable, walkable communities envisaged by the Charter for the New Urbanism, but discussion of points of both convergence and conflict is necessary to assure appropriate forms of collaboration.


CNU20: Mechanical vs. Passive Technology: Looking for Balance in Building Science

William Browning, Ann Daigle, Hank Dittmar, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

This session will discuss tensions between mechanical and passive technologies in commercial and residential buildings. Advocates of passive systems argue that mechanical systems are an unnecessary complication and expensive; often resulting in buildings without the resilience to withstand power interruptions. Advocates of mechanical systems argue that many passive systems are unappealing to the market in many regions with even modest variations in temperature, and that the lack of understanding of humidity results in higher energy bills and mold issues.


CNU20: The Misunderstood Transect: Theory vs. Practice in New Urbanist Codes

Paul Crabtree, Andres Duany, Matthew Lambert, Sandy Sorlien, Emily Talen,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

The Rural-to-Urban Transect seems intuitive, commonsense, observable. Even now it is possible to see an American pattern of countryside to suburbs to cities. In their early essays, NU theorists assumed that the Transect described that regional pattern, as if seen from ten thousand feet. But actual practice has been different; nearly every Transect-based code covers an area comprehensible from a bird's eye or hilltop, not an airliner. In NU regulating plans, the T-zones are applied at the fine grain of several zones per pedestrian shed. Is there more than one useful Transect? How did some Transect-based codes end up encouraging sprawl? How did the SmartCode sort out the different scales? What are the sticking points for a more widespread understanding of this powerful coding framework? In hindsight, we can trace a path from the 18th century continental drawings of Humboldt to early German and American context-based zoning codes, through the 1986 Seaside Urban Code and 1990s TND Ordinances, and finally to the 21st century model SmartCode, and the widespread adoption of its calibrations and of other Transect-based codes. This session is not just a history lesson; it will be a clear-eyed, self-critical look at why certain key concepts fell by the wayside, and how we can sort them out.


CNU20: The Economic Benefit of Good Urbanism

Peter Katz, Joseph Minicozzi, Michael Pagano, Galina Tachieva,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Urbanism has been engaged by most municipalities as an apologetic or alternative form of development, to the perceived 'market driven' sprawl that most communities face. Yet innovative financial and policy analysis has demonstrated that mixed-use development is not only more beneficial for the environment, but also the fiscally responsible form of growth. This session explores analytic tools, property policy, as well as design strategies that can repair the larger urban fabric. The panel will explain and de-mystify tax policy, as well as a walk through of the communication tools that will help planners and decision makers understand urban design alternatives. We not only focus on solutions to repair our built environment, but to steal a line from the movie Jerry Maguire, we are going to 'Show you the money!'


CNU20: Looking Forward: New Urbanism and the New World

Andres Duany, Jennifer Hurley, Daniel Solomon,
2012-05-10
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

As we enter CNU's third decade, economic, political, and environmental conditions pose serious challenges for the built and natural environment, as well as New Urbanist practice. Two of CNU's Founders will open this session with lectures addressing these challenges. Andres Duany will present the 21st century crises that call for New Urbanists to adapt, including slow development, the public process, suburban retrofit, agricultural urbanism, and the theology of metrics. Dan Solomon will discuss the tensions between new urbanism's roots in the nuanced complexity of the city and the reductive codifying of New Urbanist practice. Following the opening lectures, we will tackle New Urbanism's future with open source small group discussions around the theme of "How can the New Urbanism help us meet the challenges of the New World?" These sessions will launch this year's Open Source Congress.


CNU20 Opening Plenary

Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, John O. Norquist, Stefanos Polyzoides, and Chuck Bohl,
2012-05-10
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

CNU founder Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk opens CNU 20 with perspectives on where we were two decades ago, the achievements of the CNU and its individual members over the past twenty years, and new challenges facing proponents of urbanism today.


CNU20: Heterodoxia Architectonica

Andres Duany,
2012-05-10
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Will this generation bore deeper into refinement and elitism, or will it endeavor to spread classical architecture outwards to a broad, democratic, indeed populist future? Will they continue reprinting ever more esoteric treatises, or will they write new ones conceived to serve, not the 16th or even the 20th century, but the future which is upon us? How can there be a viable canon of architecture that is incapable of producing an opening wider than it is high. I propose a new ethos: one no longer dedication to the polishing of the classical canon of Vitruvius, Palladio and Vignola, but to supplementing that canon. An expanded canon would include newly drawn plates alongside Vignolas: the Orders of masters such as Gilly, Soane, Thompson, Garnier, Perret, Hoffman, Loos, Asplund, Piacentini, Terragni, Stern, Graves, Porphyrios and Rob Krier. This treatise would claim an enormous amount of new territory for classicism. We are almost there. We have only to climb one last Everest.


CNU20: Space, the First but Not Final Frontier: Analyzing space, uses, and transportation

M. Gordon Brown, Valentin Hadelich, Paul Knight, Wesley Marshall, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk,
2012-05-10
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Showcasing research on the relationship between urban form and New Urbanism, a number of papers were selected for their academic rigor, originality, scholarship, and creativity. If you are interested in the most recent urban form investigations and trends, you won't want to miss this session.


CNU20: Two Traditions of Latin American Urbanism

Eduardo Castillo, Andrew Georgiadis, Maria Merer,
2012-05-10
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

The Law of the Indies resulted in the wonderful gridded places that we admire, like Antigua Guatemala and Villa de Leyva, Colombia. The Portuguese brought over their own nameless, organic method which was highly topo-responsive and unlike the Law of the Indies, did not shy away from sloping sites for places to inaugurate cities. This resulted in the highly irregular plans of many Brazilian towns and cities like Salvador, Ouro Preto, Goiás, Mariana, Tiradentes, Diamantina, and São Fransisco. This session will compare and contrast the urbanism of these two different spheres and explore two colonial Brazilian examples that are directly influenced by the Hispanic Laws of the Indies.


New Urbanism 101

Andres Duany and Phillip Bess,
2012-05-09
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Andres Duany and Phillip Bess teach the foundations of the New Urbanism at CNU 20.


Heterodoxia Architectonica

Andres Duany,
2012-04-09
University of Miami , Coral Gables , FL , USA

Andres Duany lectures on the diversity and inventiveness in architectural orders, a preview of his upcoming book, Heterodoxia Architectonica.


Ignite High Point

Andres Duany,
2012-03-25
The City Project , High Point , North Carolina , USA

Andres Duany speaks to city leaders on the campus of High Point University about the current state of the community, university, and their future.


Subtropical Cities 2011 Keynote

Andres Duany,
2011-10-26
Florida Atlantic University College for Design and Social Inquiry , Boca Raton , Florida , USA




Garden Cities

Andres Duany,
2011-06-26
RabbitViewTV , Calgary , AB , Canada

Andres Duany presents his new book, Garden Cities.


Galina Tachieva at the Cleveland AIA

Galina Tachieva,
2011-06-20
rogerphilliip1 , Cleveland , Ohio , USA

Galina Tachieva of DPZ, International Sustainable Communities Expert speaks to the Cleveland AIA on April 18, 2011 about her Sprawl Repair Manual and Wickliffe Town Center (Main Street) Project. Designs by Pel-Ona Architects, Wolff Lyon Architects, and Peter Swift.


TEDx Charlotte 2010 - Tom Low

Tom Low,
2010-10-13
TEDxCharlotte , Charlotte , NC , USA

Tom Low talks about Sprawl Repair at TEDx in Charlotte.


Downtown Mobile Alliance Speech

Andres Duany,
2010-07-15
YouTube-carolhunter08 , Mobile , Alabama , USA

Andres Duany addresses the Downtown Mobile Alliance with a focus on the new normal, the future of downtowns, development, and urbanism.


Andres Duany on Agricultural Urbanism

Andres Duany,
2009-10-30
University of Notre Dame , Houston , Texas , USA

On Friday, October 30, Andres Duany, a founding principal at Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, spoke about agricultural urbanism as part of Houston Tomorrow's Distinguished Speaker Series. .


Agricultural Urbanism

Andres Duany,
2009-03-31
CNU-NTX , Rowlett , TX , USA

Realize Rowlett R2020 presents "Agricultural Urbanism" presented by Andres Duany. This a entertaining and interesting discussion of Transects and how agriculture would vary between them.


On the Edge: Latest views from Andres Duany

Andres Duany,
2008-01-16
SFUNews , Vancouver , BC




Downtown Mobile Alliance Speech

Andres Duany,
2010-07-15
YouTube-carolhunter08 , Mobile , Alabama , USA

Andres Duany addresses the Downtown Mobile Alliance with a focus on the new normal, the future of downtowns, development, and urbanism.


Notre Dame 2008 Driehaus Prize: Andres Duany

Andres Duany,
2008-05-22
University of Notre Dame , South Bend , Indiana , USA

Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, the husband and wife team who lead the Miami architectural firm Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company (DPZ), received the 2008 Richard H. Driehaus Prize from the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture. The Prize is endowed the Prize through the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture because of its reputation as a national leader in incorporating the principles of traditional and classical architecture into the task of modern urban development.


Notre Dame 2008 Driehaus Prize: Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk

Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk,
2008-05-22
University of Notre Dame , South Bend , Indiana , USA

Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, the husband and wife team who lead the Miami architectural firm Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company (DPZ), received the 2008 Richard H. Driehaus Prize from the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture. The Prize is endowed the Prize through the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture because of its reputation as a national leader in incorporating the principles of traditional and classical architecture into the task of modern urban development.


CNU20 Dreams

Andres Duany and others,
2012-05-08
First + Main , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

First + Main interviews CNU members about their dreams for the future of the movement.


CNU20 Confessions

Andres Duany and others,
2012-05-08
First + Main , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

First + Main interviews CNU20 attendees - confessions regarding the last 20 years of New Urbanism.


CNU Montgomery Council Interview

Andres Duany,
2011-10-18
Ben Brown , Montgomery , Alabama , USA

New Urbanism co-founder Andres Duany at the October, 2011 Council of Congress for the New Urbanism members. Montgomery, AL. Talking about lessons learned and the New Normal.


Integrating Ecology and Placemaking, Voices from CNU 19

Tom Low,
2011-06-13
Reconnecting America , Madison , Wisconsin , USA

Tom Low discusses how to integrate placemaking and ecology using Light Imprint, an idea that integrates development with the land.


CNU 19 Daily Show - Interview with Galina Tachieva

Galina Tachieva,
2011-06-02
1st and Main , Madison , Wisconsin , USA

Host Steve Mouzon (The Original Green) interviews Galina Tachieva (The Sprawl Repair Manual) at CNU 19 in Madison, Wisconsin.


My Miami with Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk; The Village of Campo Sano.

Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk,
2010-07-07
Architectural Record , Coral Gables , Florida , USA

Plater-Zyberk, dean of the University of Miami School of Architecture--and dean of New Urbanism--takes us on a tour of a small project embedded with big ideas--and tough site challenges. Plater-Zyberk, principal of DPZ, says this project tries to 'provide a good influence for future infill building and densification ... as an alternative to the single-family house.' She also explains how a less-than-ideal site informed many of the design decisions--including a need for 'particularly picturesque' architecture--and garages which serve as buffers from the street.


Notre Dame School of Architecture: 2008 Richard H. Driehaus Prize

Andres Duany, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk , and others,
2008-05-22
University of Notre Dame , South Bend , Indiana , USA

Established in 2003, the Richard H. Driehaus Prize honors, promotes and encourages architectural excellence that applies the principles of traditional, classical and sustainable architecture and urbanism in contemporary society and environments. It is presented annually by the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture to an outstanding architect in recognition of their work. In conjunction with the Driehaus Prize, the annual Henry Hope Reed Award is given to recognize the contributions of supporters of classical architecture operating beyond the drafting tables and outside the practice of architecture.


Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach on CNN

2011-01-02
30A TV , Alys Beach , Florida , USA

Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach (www.digitalgraffiti.com) is the world's first projection art festival, with artists using the latest technologies to project their original works onto the town's iconic white walls.


My Miami: Andres Duany

Andres Duany,
2010-07-12
Architectural Record , Doral , Florida , USA

Andres Duany discusses rebuilding in Haiti and the Haitian Cabin concept, a flat-pack climate and culture adjusted dwelling, at InnoVida's factory in Doral.


1111 Lincoln Road: Herzog & de Meuron's Parking Garage

Andres Duany and Allan Shullman,
2010-07-06
Architectural Record , Miami Beach , Florida , USA

We tour the Pritzker-winning Swiss firm's new mixed-use carpark in Miami Beach. Local architects Andrés Duany and Allan Shulman offer commentary on the project.


KETC | Living St. Louis | New Town

2008-01-30
KETC9 , St. Charles , MO , USA




Courtyards of Alys Beach

2012-09-21
Alys Beach , Alys Beach , FL , USA

Alys Beach's original vision called for a variety in the types of homes to be built, including townhouse, family compound, and the major differentiator, the courtyard home. The beauty of these courtyard homes is their anchoring of the structure to the site—embracing the community and natural setting—while offering cloistered and sheltered outdoor spaces enhanced by transitional spaces, archways, and the placement of windows and doorways. As 30A has enjoyed a resurgence of tourists this summer, these courtyard homes are a welcome change of pace.


Seven50 Opening Summit Presentation

Victor Dover, Allison DeFoor, Bob Burchell,
2012-07-05
Roar Media , Delray Beach , FL , USA

Slides from opening summit at Seven50, held at Delray Beach, Florida.


CNU20: Seaside 30th Anniversary: Architecture can transcend style

Walter Chatham, Robert Davis, Alexander Gorlin, Scott Merrill,
2012-05-12
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

With the 30th anniversary of Seaside in 2011, the "inaugural" New Urbanism project theoretically becomes eligible for designation as a historic district. Seaside was the first on many fronts: 1) The original graphic code led to the development of form-based codes. 2) The architectural code recovered an interest in vernacular architecture. 3) Prudent financial planning underpinned many sustainability concepts. 4) The use of native species is now commonly referred to as Xeriscape. This session will take a close look at Seaside and examine its influence and transcendence from style to a movement.


CNU20: Rainwater-In-Context Speed Presentations

Steve Coyle, Paul Crabtree, Dao Doan, Jonathan Ford, Tom Low, Lisa Nisenson, Lynn Richards, Kent Schwendy, Brian Teague,
2012-05-12
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Leaders of CNU's Rainwater-In-Context-Initiative report from the stormfront of Green Infrastructure and Community Design in a lightning fast Pecha Kucha. Learn how New Urbanists respond to the tsunami of surface water runoff regulations. Following the Pecha Kucha, attendees will participate in a working meeting.


CNU20: Charrettes and the Next Generation of Public Involvement

Andres Duany, Hazel Borys, Gianni Longo, Eliza Harris, Ben Drown, Bill Lennertz, David Brain,
2012-05-12
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Are the days of the seven-day charrette behind us? Shrinking budgets, social media, tea party obstruction... it's time to take another look at charrettes and public involvement. Limited project budgets are challenging everyone. The web has also made it possible for the public, as well as consultants, to participate from a distance. This technology can save money, but what are the costs to shared learning and the building of relationships? How can these high-tech tools be leveraged to increase the number and diversity of people that are engaged in planning projects while still maintaining the advantages of face-to-face meetings? This session will present the latest tools, techniques and the trade-offs of social media and web-based participation tools within the context of the face-to-face public design charrette format.


CNU20: Seminal New Urbanism in the Sunshine State

Jorge Camejo, Daryl Davis, Robert Davis, Geoffrey Mouen, Eric Osth, David Pace, John Torti,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Seminal New Urbanism in the Sunshine State: Critique of Florida legacy projects Seaside, Baldwin Park, and Mizner Park, and how they are shaping development in 2012 and beyond This session will examine and critique three seminal Florida projects: Seaside, the first new urban town; Mizner Park, the first total redevelopment of a shopping mall into a town center; and Baldwin Park, the first redevelopment of a military base into a new urban neighborhood.


CNU20: Moving Lifelong Communities to Scale

M. Scott Ball, Robert Jenkens, Kathryn Lawler,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

The long anticipated growth in the older adult population will reach an unprecedented peak over the next two decades. It's clear that the nation's current housing, transportation and healthcare infrastructure will not adequately support the growth in the older adult population. Remarkably, the majority of the innovations in policy, urban design, service delivery and construction have been only locally initiated and rarely replicated at a national scale. The Congress of New Urbanism is uniquely positioned to play a role in moving the country from pilot programs to national role out of community-based aging programs. Long-term care is increasingly understood as an urban issue as well as a service system issue. Well structured neighborhoods keep residents healthier, more engaged, and less dependent on institutional care. This is especially true when health and wellness services are filtered in through the neighborhood setting. This session will look at the national policy changes necessary to move innovation in neighborhood based care to scale in the areas of Flexible Long Term Care, Housing Finance to Support Housing Choice, and Accessible Environments.


CNU20: The Economic Benefit of Good Urbanism

Peter Katz, Joseph Minicozzi, Michael Pagano, Galina Tachieva,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Urbanism has been engaged by most municipalities as an apologetic or alternative form of development, to the perceived 'market driven' sprawl that most communities face. Yet innovative financial and policy analysis has demonstrated that mixed-use development is not only more beneficial for the environment, but also the fiscally responsible form of growth. This session explores analytic tools, property policy, as well as design strategies that can repair the larger urban fabric. The panel will explain and de-mystify tax policy, as well as a walk through of the communication tools that will help planners and decision makers understand urban design alternatives. We not only focus on solutions to repair our built environment, but to steal a line from the movie Jerry Maguire, we are going to 'Show you the money!'


CNU20: New Urbanism and Historic Preservation: Collaboration Strategies

Pratt Cassity, John Massengale, Steven Semes,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

While New Urbanism and historic preservation share many values and tools, in practice the two fields have typically acted separately and viewed one another with skepticism. But as more New Urbanist projects engage existing and historic neighborhoods, and as TNDs become eligible for landmark designation, the need for cooperation between the fields will only increase. With the 30th anniversary of Seaside in 2011, the "inaugural" TND becomes theoretically eligible for designation as a historic district, raising questions about what scenarios might follow from such designation. How would managing Seaside as a historic district continue or differ from the code-based way it has been managed so far? Conversely, how might New Urbanist planners manage growth and change in a historic district and how might that differ from current practices guided by the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation? The two fields can work together to promote the sustainable, walkable communities envisaged by the Charter for the New Urbanism, but discussion of points of both convergence and conflict is necessary to assure appropriate forms of collaboration.


CNU20: Mechanical vs. Passive Technology: Looking for Balance in Building Science

William Browning, Ann Daigle, Hank Dittmar, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

This session will discuss tensions between mechanical and passive technologies in commercial and residential buildings. Advocates of passive systems argue that mechanical systems are an unnecessary complication and expensive; often resulting in buildings without the resilience to withstand power interruptions. Advocates of mechanical systems argue that many passive systems are unappealing to the market in many regions with even modest variations in temperature, and that the lack of understanding of humidity results in higher energy bills and mold issues.


CNU20: The Misunderstood Transect: Theory vs. Practice in New Urbanist Codes

Paul Crabtree, Andres Duany, Matthew Lambert, Sandy Sorlien, Emily Talen,
2012-05-11
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

The Rural-to-Urban Transect seems intuitive, commonsense, observable. Even now it is possible to see an American pattern of countryside to suburbs to cities. In their early essays, NU theorists assumed that the Transect described that regional pattern, as if seen from ten thousand feet. But actual practice has been different; nearly every Transect-based code covers an area comprehensible from a bird's eye or hilltop, not an airliner. In NU regulating plans, the T-zones are applied at the fine grain of several zones per pedestrian shed. Is there more than one useful Transect? How did some Transect-based codes end up encouraging sprawl? How did the SmartCode sort out the different scales? What are the sticking points for a more widespread understanding of this powerful coding framework? In hindsight, we can trace a path from the 18th century continental drawings of Humboldt to early German and American context-based zoning codes, through the 1986 Seaside Urban Code and 1990s TND Ordinances, and finally to the 21st century model SmartCode, and the widespread adoption of its calibrations and of other Transect-based codes. This session is not just a history lesson; it will be a clear-eyed, self-critical look at why certain key concepts fell by the wayside, and how we can sort them out.


CNU20: Looking Forward: New Urbanism and the New World

Andres Duany, Jennifer Hurley, Daniel Solomon,
2012-05-10
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

As we enter CNU's third decade, economic, political, and environmental conditions pose serious challenges for the built and natural environment, as well as New Urbanist practice. Two of CNU's Founders will open this session with lectures addressing these challenges. Andres Duany will present the 21st century crises that call for New Urbanists to adapt, including slow development, the public process, suburban retrofit, agricultural urbanism, and the theology of metrics. Dan Solomon will discuss the tensions between new urbanism's roots in the nuanced complexity of the city and the reductive codifying of New Urbanist practice. Following the opening lectures, we will tackle New Urbanism's future with open source small group discussions around the theme of "How can the New Urbanism help us meet the challenges of the New World?" These sessions will launch this year's Open Source Congress.


CNU20 Opening Plenary

Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, John O. Norquist, Stefanos Polyzoides, and Chuck Bohl,
2012-05-10
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

CNU founder Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk opens CNU 20 with perspectives on where we were two decades ago, the achievements of the CNU and its individual members over the past twenty years, and new challenges facing proponents of urbanism today.


CNU20: Two Traditions of Latin American Urbanism

Eduardo Castillo, Andrew Georgiadis, Maria Merer,
2012-05-10
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

The Law of the Indies resulted in the wonderful gridded places that we admire, like Antigua Guatemala and Villa de Leyva, Colombia. The Portuguese brought over their own nameless, organic method which was highly topo-responsive and unlike the Law of the Indies, did not shy away from sloping sites for places to inaugurate cities. This resulted in the highly irregular plans of many Brazilian towns and cities like Salvador, Ouro Preto, Goiás, Mariana, Tiradentes, Diamantina, and São Fransisco. This session will compare and contrast the urbanism of these two different spheres and explore two colonial Brazilian examples that are directly influenced by the Hispanic Laws of the Indies.


CNU20: Heterodoxia Architectonica

Andres Duany,
2012-05-10
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Will this generation bore deeper into refinement and elitism, or will it endeavor to spread classical architecture outwards to a broad, democratic, indeed populist future? Will they continue reprinting ever more esoteric treatises, or will they write new ones conceived to serve, not the 16th or even the 20th century, but the future which is upon us? How can there be a viable canon of architecture that is incapable of producing an opening wider than it is high. I propose a new ethos: one no longer dedication to the polishing of the classical canon of Vitruvius, Palladio and Vignola, but to supplementing that canon. An expanded canon would include newly drawn plates alongside Vignolas: the Orders of masters such as Gilly, Soane, Thompson, Garnier, Perret, Hoffman, Loos, Asplund, Piacentini, Terragni, Stern, Graves, Porphyrios and Rob Krier. This treatise would claim an enormous amount of new territory for classicism. We are almost there. We have only to climb one last Everest.


CNU20: Space, the First but Not Final Frontier: Analyzing space, uses, and transportation

M. Gordon Brown, Valentin Hadelich, Paul Knight, Wesley Marshall, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk,
2012-05-10
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Showcasing research on the relationship between urban form and New Urbanism, a number of papers were selected for their academic rigor, originality, scholarship, and creativity. If you are interested in the most recent urban form investigations and trends, you won't want to miss this session.


New Urbanism 101

Andres Duany and Phillip Bess,
2012-05-09
CNU , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

Andres Duany and Phillip Bess teach the foundations of the New Urbanism at CNU 20.


CNU20 Dreams

Andres Duany and others,
2012-05-08
First + Main , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

First + Main interviews CNU members about their dreams for the future of the movement.


CNU20 Confessions

Andres Duany and others,
2012-05-08
First + Main , West Palm Beach , FL , USA

First + Main interviews CNU20 attendees - confessions regarding the last 20 years of New Urbanism.


Roswell Historic Gateway, Presentation to local citizens

Andres Duany,
2012-04-13
New Urban Roswell , Roswell , GA , USA

Andres Duany presents concepts for three neighborhood villages along the HIstoric Gateway of Roswell, GA to a group of residents and stakeholders.


Heterodoxia Architectonica

Andres Duany,
2012-04-09
University of Miami , Coral Gables , FL , USA

Andres Duany lectures on the diversity and inventiveness in architectural orders, a preview of his upcoming book, Heterodoxia Architectonica.


Ignite High Point

Andres Duany,
2012-03-25
The City Project , High Point , North Carolina , USA

Andres Duany speaks to city leaders on the campus of High Point University about the current state of the community, university, and their future.


Subtropical Cities 2011 Keynote

Andres Duany,
2011-10-26
Florida Atlantic University College for Design and Social Inquiry , Boca Raton , Florida , USA




CNU Montgomery Council Interview

Andres Duany,
2011-10-18
Ben Brown , Montgomery , Alabama , USA

New Urbanism co-founder Andres Duany at the October, 2011 Council of Congress for the New Urbanism members. Montgomery, AL. Talking about lessons learned and the New Normal.


Alys Beach virtual fly-through

2011-08-15
ARXsolutions , Alys Beach , Florida , USA




Garden Cities

Andres Duany,
2011-06-26
RabbitViewTV , Calgary , AB , Canada

Andres Duany presents his new book, Garden Cities.


Galina Tachieva at the Cleveland AIA

Galina Tachieva,
2011-06-20
rogerphilliip1 , Cleveland , Ohio , USA

Galina Tachieva of DPZ, International Sustainable Communities Expert speaks to the Cleveland AIA on April 18, 2011 about her Sprawl Repair Manual and Wickliffe Town Center (Main Street) Project. Designs by Pel-Ona Architects, Wolff Lyon Architects, and Peter Swift.


Integrating Ecology and Placemaking, Voices from CNU 19

Tom Low,
2011-06-13
Reconnecting America , Madison , Wisconsin , USA

Tom Low discusses how to integrate placemaking and ecology using Light Imprint, an idea that integrates development with the land.


2011 Richard H. Driehaus Prize Colloquium

Robert A.M. Stern, Robert A. Peck, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, and Paul Goldberger,
2011-06-12
University of Notre Dame , Chicago , Illinois , USA

Chicago Public Television producer Geoffrey Baer hosts the 2011 Richard H. Driehaus Prize Colloquium in Chicago.


CNU 19 Daily Show - Interview with Galina Tachieva

Galina Tachieva,
2011-06-02
1st and Main , Madison , Wisconsin , USA

Host Steve Mouzon (The Original Green) interviews Galina Tachieva (The Sprawl Repair Manual) at CNU 19 in Madison, Wisconsin.


Life in Habersham, SC

2011-03-09
Habersham , Beaufort , South Carolina , USA




Take a stroll through Habersham, SC

2011-03-09
Habersham , Beaufort , South Carolina , USA




Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach on CNN

2011-01-02
30A TV , Alys Beach , Florida , USA

Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach (www.digitalgraffiti.com) is the world's first projection art festival, with artists using the latest technologies to project their original works onto the town's iconic white walls.


TEDx Charlotte 2010 - Tom Low

Tom Low,
2010-10-13
TEDxCharlotte , Charlotte , NC , USA

Tom Low talks about Sprawl Repair at TEDx in Charlotte.


Downtown Mobile Alliance Speech

Andres Duany,
2010-07-15
YouTube-carolhunter08 , Mobile , Alabama , USA

Andres Duany addresses the Downtown Mobile Alliance with a focus on the new normal, the future of downtowns, development, and urbanism.


My Miami: Andres Duany

Andres Duany,
2010-07-12
Architectural Record , Doral , Florida , USA

Andres Duany discusses rebuilding in Haiti and the Haitian Cabin concept, a flat-pack climate and culture adjusted dwelling, at InnoVida's factory in Doral.


My Miami with Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk; The Village of Campo Sano.

Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk,
2010-07-07
Architectural Record , Coral Gables , Florida , USA

Plater-Zyberk, dean of the University of Miami School of Architecture--and dean of New Urbanism--takes us on a tour of a small project embedded with big ideas--and tough site challenges. Plater-Zyberk, principal of DPZ, says this project tries to 'provide a good influence for future infill building and densification ... as an alternative to the single-family house.' She also explains how a less-than-ideal site informed many of the design decisions--including a need for 'particularly picturesque' architecture--and garages which serve as buffers from the street.


1111 Lincoln Road: Herzog & de Meuron's Parking Garage

Andres Duany and Allan Shullman,
2010-07-06
Architectural Record , Miami Beach , Florida , USA

We tour the Pritzker-winning Swiss firm's new mixed-use carpark in Miami Beach. Local architects Andrés Duany and Allan Shulman offer commentary on the project.


Andres Duany on Agricultural Urbanism

Andres Duany,
2009-10-30
University of Notre Dame , Houston , Texas , USA

On Friday, October 30, Andres Duany, a founding principal at Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, spoke about agricultural urbanism as part of Houston Tomorrow's Distinguished Speaker Series. .


Kentlands - Breathing Life into the Bricks

2009-06-23
City of Gaithersburg , Gaithersburg , Maryland , USA

A video exploring life and community in Kentlands.


Kentlands - Breathing Life into the Bricks

2009-06-23
City of Gaithersburg , Gaithersburg , Maryland , USA

A video exploring life and community in Kentlands.


Agricultural Urbanism

Andres Duany,
2009-03-31
CNU-NTX , Rowlett , TX , USA

Realize Rowlett R2020 presents "Agricultural Urbanism" presented by Andres Duany. This a entertaining and interesting discussion of Transects and how agriculture would vary between them.


Notre Dame School of Architecture: 2008 Richard H. Driehaus Prize

Andres Duany, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk , and others,
2008-05-22
University of Notre Dame , South Bend , Indiana , USA

Established in 2003, the Richard H. Driehaus Prize honors, promotes and encourages architectural excellence that applies the principles of traditional, classical and sustainable architecture and urbanism in contemporary society and environments. It is presented annually by the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture to an outstanding architect in recognition of their work. In conjunction with the Driehaus Prize, the annual Henry Hope Reed Award is given to recognize the contributions of supporters of classical architecture operating beyond the drafting tables and outside the practice of architecture.


Notre Dame 2008 Driehaus Prize: Andres Duany

Andres Duany,
2008-05-22
University of Notre Dame , South Bend , Indiana , USA

Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, the husband and wife team who lead the Miami architectural firm Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company (DPZ), received the 2008 Richard H. Driehaus Prize from the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture. The Prize is endowed the Prize through the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture because of its reputation as a national leader in incorporating the principles of traditional and classical architecture into the task of modern urban development.


Notre Dame 2008 Driehaus Prize: Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk

Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk,
2008-05-22
University of Notre Dame , South Bend , Indiana , USA

Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, the husband and wife team who lead the Miami architectural firm Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company (DPZ), received the 2008 Richard H. Driehaus Prize from the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture. The Prize is endowed the Prize through the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture because of its reputation as a national leader in incorporating the principles of traditional and classical architecture into the task of modern urban development.


KETC | Living St. Louis | New Town

2008-01-30
KETC9 , St. Charles , MO , USA




On the Edge: Latest views from Andres Duany

Andres Duany,
2008-01-16
SFUNews , Vancouver , BC




Duany versus Koolhaas

Andres Duany and Rem Koolhaas,
1999-03-08
GSD , Cambridge , Mass , USA

Andres Duany and Rem Koolhaas debate the merits of New Urbanism at Harvard's Graduate School of Design.



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