Robert and Daryl Davis recall hiring Scott Merrill as Seaside town architect in 1988.
Scott Merrill talks about constructing the Honeymoon Cottages and Seaside’s incorporation of repetition into its housing types.
On location at Scott Merrill’s mixed-use building at Seaside’s Central Square, Merrill talks about Robert Davis’ approach to developing Seaside.
DPZ’s Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk describes the design of Merrill’s Seaside Chapel.
Léon Krier describes Scott Merrill’s Windsor Town Center.
DPZ’s Andrés Duany explains the differences between the developments of Windsor and Seaside in Florida and the benefits of urban living.
Partner David Colgan discusses Scott Merrill’s relationship with Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company.
Scott Merrill explains how a pinwheel intersection works at Windsor in Vero Beach, Florida.
George Pastor describes his job responsibilities as one of Scott Merrill’s partners.
Scott Merrill expresses his passion for being a mentor to young architects and explains his teaching philosophies.
Intern architect Luke Golesh explains how he started photographing Scott Merrill’s work for MPCA Architects.
Intern architect Rebecca Lischwe explains how she started creating water-color paintings of Scott Merrill’s designs at MPCA Architects.
Scott Merrill and his wife Zo Anne discuss moving to Florida, and share a conversation with their son Will at the breakfast table.
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