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Seaside: Making a Town in America

af David Mohney (Redaktør), Keller Easterling (Redaktør)

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Seaside provides a history of the town, interviews with its planners, zoning and building codes, and drawings, photographs, and descriptions of over 120 buildings by 40 architects.
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This book came out the same year that I started undergraduate architecture school. Although I eventually encountered the New Urbanist town of Seaside, Florida, during a class (which one, I don't recall), at the time I didn't consider it to be a place of any significance. The neo-traditional houses looked fairly common, if regional to the Florida panhandle, and the streets appeared quaint though hardly a striking enough alternative to suburban norms. Needless to say, Seaside was not avant-garde enough for me compared to Deconstructivist architecture, which drew my and many of my classmate's attention.

Yet twenty years after I graduated, I found myself drawn to Seaside when it came time to put together some landscape designs for a book. Given the town's attempt at being an alternative to suburban sprawl, its qualities are found in the spaces between the buildings, not the buildings themselves, making is suitable for my book. This sentiment is expressed in Keller Easterling's most overt contribution to Seaside, the essay "Public Enterprise." Much of Seaside's appeal to designers is rooted in Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk's Urban Code, which determined eight building types, their layouts, and certain characteristics (height, porches, yards, etc.), but Easterling espouses how the buildings interact across the streets and other public spaces. That said, the bulk of the book is made up of designs for numerous houses and public buildings in town. Most of them are variations on pre-WWII small town architecture, but occasionally a modern design, such as Steven Holl's Hybrid Building, managed to navigate the Urban Code and get built. ( )
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