More stories about Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company

  • Jeff Speck's Washington, D.C., House Is For Sale

    New Urbanist Jeff Speck is moving back home to Boston, which means the Washington, D.C., house he designed for himself is up for grabs.

  • AIA Announces the 2014 Honor Awards: Regional/Urban Design

    The AIA released the 2014 Honor Award winners, including six projects in the Regional/Urban Design category.

  • web-extra: excerpts from interviews with dpz staff and observers

  • hall of fame: andrés duany, faia, and elizabeth plater-zyberk, faia, leed ap

    When he talks about the concept of time, Andrés Duany, FAIA, takes on the enthusiastic manner of a star physics student. “Time is a fascinating fourth dimension that is so exciting to me,” he says.

  • man about town

    Alexander Gorlin, FAIA, is a multifaceted architect with a range that has taken him from classical country villas to modernist urban houses, from affordable housing to luxury high-rises and on to offices, schools, synagogues—even to whimsical guard booths

  • eye of the storm

    Scott Merrill, AIA, knows something about storms. Toiling in hurricane alley while building out the New Urbanist communities of Seaside and now Windsor in Vero Beach, Fla, has cemented Merrill's practical side. His first design objective is to protect the occupants of his houses and secure their...

  • Charleston II, Kentlands, Md.

    Kentlands, a Neo-Traditional community on the outskirts of Washington, D.C., just keeps on winning accolades--for its master planners, Duany Plater-Zyberk & Co. (DPZ), and for the architects who've followed their guidelines.