ANDRES M. DUANY, FAIA RESUME Continued
Chesapeake Bay on one side and Little Creek on two sides. DPZ conducted a public design charrette near the site during which two plans were produced: one plan called for a slightly irregular street pattern that preserves natural features such as large dunes and trees, and blocks high winds from the adjacent Chesapeake Bay; a second, more orthogonal plan saved fewer existing trees but resulted in a larger number of standard size lots. In both new Plans, the street grid shifted exactly one half block off the existing grid; the existing streets became the new alleys, and the private backyards with their mature trees combined to form public greens along new streets.
AWARDS The Brandeis Award for Architecture The Thomas Jefferson Memorial Medal of Architecture, University of Virginia Vincent J. Scully Prize, National Building Museum Seaside Prize, The Seaside Institute State of Florida Governor’s Urban Design Awards for Excellence
MICHAEL GRAVES & ASSOCIATES with DUANY PLATER-ZYBERK AND COMPANY