B.S., Clemson University
M.Arch., Clemson University
Mr. Moore is principal of Joeb Moore + Partners, Architects, an architecture and design firm in Greenwich, Connecticut. He is the recipient of more than fifty AIA New England, AIA CT, and AIA NY Design Awards since founding his practice in 1993. The firm’s work and process focus on the relationship between landscape, architecture, and art. Recent awards include two AIA National Honor Awards in Housing and an American Architecture Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum. Before joining the Yale faculty in 2007, Mr. Moore taught at Catholic University and Columbia University. From 1996 to 2006 he was the assistant director of the Barnard/Columbia Undergraduate Architecture Department. His background is in the history and theory of aesthetics and systems of representation in architecture. He has lectured and exhibited widely on his work and research, which currently is focused on the history of the suburban house and the legacy of the “Harvard Five” and the American mid-century “Good Life” residential house and program. Mr. Moore received a B.S. and an M.Arch. from Clemson University.