ANDRES M. DUANY, FAIA RESUME Continued
SELECTED PROFESSORSHIPS Visiting Professorships at the Harvard Executive Education Department; Eero Saarinen Visiting Professor, Yale University; Member, Accreditation Team, Harvard Graduate School of Design (multiple years); Prince of Wales Institute of Architecture, London; Prince of Wales Summer School, Rome; Bishop Chair, Yale University School of Architecture; Princeton Graduate School of Architecture; University of Miami School of Architecture (multiple years); University of Virginia; and the University of Houston.
REPRESENTATIVE PROJECTS Springhill Lake, Transportation-Oriented Development, Greenbelt, Maryland Principal-in-Charge for redevelopment of 157 acres; property will be redeveloped in successive phases with a section of the existing apartments to be demolished in each phase. The project, undertaken with Michael Graves & Associates, contains two ten-story towers at the gateway to the community, with a main plaza with shops in a neighborhood center with lower density units in the interior, a new school, and a pedestrian pathway connecting the community to the Washington Metro’s Greenbelt Station.
Liberty Harbor North, Transportation-Oriented Development, Jersey City, New Jersey Principal-in-Charge and Lead Planner for this 80-acre brownfield site in Jersey City exemplifying the principles of the New Urbanism. The project has high-density housing, multiple transit connections and pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use streetscape. Voted the State of New Jersey’s best new development of 2001 by the American Planning Association, this project is a textbook model for healthy urban growth. It boasts dramatic views of Lower Manhattan and the Statue of liberty. A new light rail will provide two stops in the neighborhood, and a water taxi offers convenient access to Lower Manhattan.
Upper Rock, Transportation-Oriented Development, Rockville, Maryland Principal-in-Charge and Lead Planner for a new dense mixed-use neighborhood one mile from the Shady Grove Metro and within walking distance of a proposed light rail stop. Within this 20-acer site an eight-stopry LEED-Silver office building is nearing completion in the center of the site and a previously existing building remains. Two additional office buildings have already been approved for the site, which also contains a brownfield and a requirement for 40% open space.
MICHAEL GRAVES & ASSOCIATES with DUANY PLATER-ZYBERK AND COMPANY