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  • 1. LEARNING FROM THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE INDEVELOPING AND MANAGING MASTER- PLANNED COMMUNITIES ADIT, Brasil DPZ DUANY PLATER-ZYBERK & COMPANY
  • 2. • Designs for over 300 new and existing communities since 1980 • Nationally prominent & influential projects • Innovative development & implementation of design codes • Internationally recognized architectural work • Founders and leaders of the New UrbanismFirm Description
  • 3. • Regulators, stakeholders, and developers will be actively involved in all stages of the process, to build consensus and coalesce support• Public engagement will allow for a design with a broad-based appeal, and will build support for the plans and proposals The Charrette Process
  • 4. • Interactive forum for all interested parties • Intensive, collaborative, onsite work session • Comprehensive documents: plans, renderings, design codes • Potential attendees: - Neighbors/property owner(s) - Elected officials - Police & fire departments - Local planning officials - Environmental agencies - Merchants’ associations/trade groups - School board, etc.The Charrette Process
  • 5. Smart Growth advocates the design of compact, pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use communities Smart Growth/New Urban designs •Prioritize the public realm by investing in community facilities and public spaces •Promote pedestrian activity and transit •Provide for basic daily needs within walking distance of residences •Balance retail, residential and civic offerings •Protect culturally and historically significant areas •Provide towns with identifiable centers and edges •Provide housing for a range of incomes and lifestyles •Respect regional and historic context and precedentsSmart Growth/The New Urbanism
  • 6. • Sprawl doesn’t work: climate, environment, economy, society, health• Transition from auto-scale to human scale• The Value of Urbanism• Need to change the system fundamentally: design, regulatory framework, financing, and implementation• The Brazilian context: similar challenges, NIMBY-ism, legalization of good urbanism• Clear Choice: Sprawl or Complete Communities• The Brazilian opportunity: create models for the future, avoid the mistake of sprawl Lessons
  • 7. Inconvenient Truths
  • 8. Sprawl VS. TND (Smart Growth)
  • 9. The Benefits
  • 10. Providence, RI CityPlace, West Palm BeachHabersham, SC Rosemary Beach, FL Sustainable, Walkable, Desirable, Beautiful
  • 11. Agricultural Urbanism New Building TypesConvenient Solutions for Future Growth
  • 12. Transect-Based Planning, the SmartCode
  • 13. Transect-Based Planning, the SmartCode
  • 14. Transect-Based Planning, the SmartCode
  • 15. Transect-Based Planning, the SmartCode
  • 16. Transect-Based Planning, the SmartCode
  • 17. Transect-Based Planning, the SmartCode
  • 18. Transect-Based Planning, the SmartCode
  • 19. Transect-Based Planning, the SmartCode
  • 20. Transect-Based Planning, the SmartCode
  • 21. Transect-Based Planning, the SmartCode
  • 22. Transect-Based Planning, the SmartCode
  • 23. Transect-Based Planning, the SmartCode
  • 24. Regional Planning
  • 25. Regional Planning
  • 26. Regional Planning
  • 27. Regional Planning
  • 28. Sprawl Repair
  • 29. Fragmentation, Car-dependence, Single Use versus Compactness, Connectivity and ComplexitySprawl Repair
  • 30. Sprawl Repair
  • 31. Sprawl Repair
  • 32. Sprawl Repair
  • 33. Agrarian Urbanism
  • 34. Agrarian Urbanism
  • 35. Agrarian Urbanism
  • 36. Agrarian Urbanism
  • 37. Lifelong Communities
  • 38. Lifelong Communities
  • 39. Lifelong Communities
  • 40. Lifelong Communities
  • 41. Lifelong Communities
  • 42. Light Imprint/Green Infrastructure
  • 43. • Green neighborhood infrastructure (e.g. Green Streets) can cost 11% -25% LESS than conventional development Light Imprint/Green Infrastructure
  • 44. CONVENTIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE LIGHT IMPRINT INFRASTRUCTURE Light Imprint/Green Infrastructure
  • 45. Traditional Resort Communities
  • 46. Traditional Resort Communities
  • 47. Traditional Resort Communities
  • 48. Smart Buildings (Housing and Others)
  • 49. Smart Buildings (Housing and Others)
  • 50. Smart Buildings (Housing and Others)
  • 51. Smart Buildings (Housing and Others)
  • 52. Smart Buildings (Housing and Others)
  • 53. Smart Buildings (Housing and Others)
  • 54. Smart Buildings (Housing and Others)
  • 55. Smart Buildings (Housing and Others)
  • 56. DPZDUANY PLATER-ZYBERK & COMPANY