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March, 2017

  • 16 March

    Oldest House on Guana Cay Exemplifies Best of Old-Timer Craftsmanship

    Built of bullet proof, old-growth Abaco Pine, ‘Termite Terrace’ (as it is called) has defied not only the ravages of its namesake, but those of the many storms and hurricanes over the years. Today, in its pretty white paint and blue shutters, it oversees Guana Harbour from dead-center of the Old Settlement’s Front Street.

November, 2013

  • 1 November

    Schooner Bay receives 2013 Addison Mizner Medal

    On Saturday October 19, town planners and architects to Schooner Bay Village in south Abaco, Bahamas, (DPZ & Co) were honored in Palm Beach, FL with an Addison Mizner Medal for their excellence in Urbanism through their works in classical and traditional architecture. This award bestowed by the Florida chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, is one of the most prestigious awards in architecture that can be earned.