Stephen Coyle, AIA, LEED AP
Stephen Coyle, AIA, LEED AP, founder and principal of Town-Green based in Oakland, California, and cofounder of the National Charrette Institute and Townworks/DPZ, is an architect, urbanist, and community planner. Coyle and his colleagues design and repair landscapes, buildings, neighborhoods, and cities throughout the United States and Southeast Asia. As co-designer of the award-winning Contra Costa Centre Transit Village, Coyle developed sustainability plans for Hayward, Gilroy, Martinez, Napa, Pleasanton, and Tracy, California. With Bill Lennertz, Coyle helped to "green" Portland and other Oregon communities through New Urbanist plans and form-based codes.
Daniel Dunigan, AICP, LEED AP
Daniel is a contributing author and collaborated with Steve Coyle on the concept and creation of this book. Dunigan, an urban designer with Town-Green, has a wide range of professional experience including climate action planning, public outreach and charrette facilitation, form-based codes, urban design master planning, detailed architectural specification, and all phases of design/build project management.
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