Item 2018-08-20/182 - Techniques in Traditional Neighborhood Development.

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Techniques in Traditional Neighborhood Development.



11 video tapes

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(1949 -)

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Andrés Duany, architect, urban designer, planner and author, has dedicated over three decades to pioneering a vision for sustainable urban development and its implementation.
Duany’s leadership can be credited with the plan and code for Seaside, the first new traditional community; the Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) zoning ordinance; the development of the SmartCode, a form-based zoning code, adopted by numerous municipalities seeking to encourage compact, mixed-use, walkable communities; the definition of the rural to urban Transect and Agrarian Urbanism; as well as inventive affordable housing designs, including Carpet Cottages and Cabanons.
Duany’s work has been recognized with numerous awards, including the Richard Driehaus Award, the Jefferson Medal, The Vincent Scully Prize and several honorary doctorates.

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  • Program 1: "How It All Began". Length: 52 minutes.
  • Program 2: "The Current Situation". Length: 2 hours.
  • Program 3: "Applying TND Principles to the Inner City". Length: 47 minutes.
  • Program 5: "The Livable Traffic Product". Length: 1 hour, 28 minutes.
  • Program 6: "Seaside, Florida Case Study". Length: 1 hour, 30 minutes.
  • Program 7: "Starbucks: A Main Street Retail Success Story". Length: 1 hour, 15 minutes.
  • Program 8: "The Retail Model: Site Selection Criteria". Length: 1 hour, 28 minutes.
  • Program 9: "Haile Village Center Case Study". Length: 45 minutes.
  • Program 10: "Northwest Landing Case Study". Length: 48 minutes.
  • Program 11: "Charrettes That Work". Length: 30 minutes.
  • Program 12: "Market Preferences". Length: 52 minutes.

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