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CNU 20 - Seaside 30th Anniversary: Architecture can transcend style

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Published on May 29, 2012

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.

Walter Chatham, Walter Chatham Architect
Robert Davis, Partner, Seaside Community Dev. Corp (SCDC) Arcadia Land Company
Alexander Gorlin, FAIA, Principal, Alexander Gorlin Architects
Scott Merrill, Merrill, Pastor & Colgan Architects

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