JOHN MASSENGALE has won awards for architecture, urbanism, historic preservation, and architectural history, from organizations and publications ranging from the Walton Family Foundation and the National Book Award Foundation (with the first architecture book to be a finalist for a National Book Award) to several chapters of the American Institute of Architects and magazines like Progressive Architecture. John is a former Board member of the Congress for New Urbanism (CNU), the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA), and Federated Conservationists of Westchester County (FCWC). He was the founding Chair of CNU New York and CNU NYC, the state and local chapters of the Congress for New Urbanism, which the New York Times called "the most important phenomenon to emerge in American architecture in the post-Cold War era." In 1986, John was Town Architect of Seaside, Florida. Seaside, Time said, "could be the most astounding design achievement of its era and, one might hope, the most influential." What can we do for you?
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