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Ligon B. Flynn received the 1993 Kamphoefner Prize, administered by the North Carolina Architectural Foundation, which goes annually to a NC architect or architectural firm that has made a sustained contribution of excellence to the Modern Movement.
Ligon Broadus Flynn, the architect who laid the design template for modern coastal architecture in North Carolina, is characterized as an idealist and creator of humane space with deep connections to nature.
Since the early 1970s, Ligon Flynn has practiced architecture in the communities of the state's southeastern coast. His firm mainly designed private residences and gardens, including a number of houses on Figure Eight Island. Lea tours the island with Flynn to view his designs and how they connect to the environment.