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Mr. Moore’s work has received over 50 National, Regional and State architectural design awards. In 2010 Residential Architect Magazine named him one of the “Top 50 Residential Architects in the US.” Most recently, Mr. Moore has been elevated to the prestigious College of Fellows in the American Institute of Architects in recognition of aesthetic, scientific, and practical significance to the profession.
In 2016, The Lincoln/Stonington Residence was awarded an AIA-New England Design Award and Mr. Moore was inducted into the New England Home “Hall of Fame”. In 2015, The Bridge House was awarded the AIA National Housing Honor Award, and in 2014, Moore’s Spiral House was displayed at the International Biennial of Architecture in Buenos Aires as part of “The City and the World” exhibition by the Chicago Athenaeum and The European Center of Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies. The project was a recipient of the Athenaeum’s annual American Architecture Award. Other recent awards include a 2014 Boston Society of Architects Housing Design Award, a 2013 New England AIA Design Award, three 2013 AIA-CT Design Awards, and a 2013 “Best of Year” citation from Interior Design Magazine. Mr. Moore has been published widely with features in Progressive Architecture, Architectural Record, Architect, Interior Design, Residential Architect, Metropolis, and ArchDaily. Most recent books include Taschen Books’ Architecture Now-Houses 2011, The 2011 and 2010 WOOD Institute Books, and The Nice House Book, 2010.
Mr. Moore is currently an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at the Barnard/Columbia Undergraduate Architecture Department. He joined the faculty in 1992 and continues teaching design studios and history/theory seminars. From 1996–2006 he was the Assistant Director of the Undergraduate Architecture Department and Coordinator of the History & Theory Track curriculum. His academic research focuses on three key areas: The history and theory of aesthetics in architecture; landscape, art and Architecture in the expanded field; and the historical and contemporary relationship between architecture, technology, and culture.
In 2006, Mr. Moore joined the Yale School of Architecture as a Visiting Professor where he currently teaches the Housing Studio. The studio focuses on issues of dwelling and concludes with a student-built, community-based housing project the students build over the summer. In the Fall 2016 he taught the “Firm in Residence” Graduate studio at Roger Williams University.
Mr. Moore’s most recent lectures include “Agents of Change – Rethinking the Past, Present & Future in Four Projects” at University of Texas, Austin, “Second Wave of Modernism–The Emergence of Biological Thinking” at MoMA and “The Modernist Legacy and its Discontents” at Clemson University. He is a member of the Committee of Planning & Urban Design of the AIA New York Chapter, and serves on several boards, including: the Advisory Board for the University of Nicosia, Cyprus – School of Architecture and Design; the Board of Directors for The Cultural Landscape Foundation in Washington, D.C., whose mission is to support historic landscapes and heritage; and the Board of Trustees for the Clemson Architectural Foundation.