2016 AIA NE > Design Award

Stonington​/​Lincoln Residence

2015 AIA WHV > High Honor Award

38PR

2015 AIA WHV > High Honor Award

35HP

2015 AIA CT > Honor Award

35HP

2015 AIA > National Housing Award

Bridge House

2014 CT Cottages & Gardens IDA > First Honor

Harbor Residence

Innovative Design Award for Architecture, First Honor

2014 AIA CT > Merit Award

Harbor Residence

2014 AIA CT > Honor Award

Meadow Pavilion

2014 AIA CT > Drawing Award

Spiral House

2014 BSA > Housing Design Award

Stonington​/​Lincoln Residence

Boston Society of Architects, Housing Design Award

2013 AIA CT > Honor Award

Sullivan

2013 AIA CT > Honor Award

HH131

2013 ID Magazine > Best of Year

Stonington​/​Lincoln Residence

2013 Interior Design Magazine > Best of Year Award > Beach/Country House

2013 Chicago Athenaeum > American Architecture Award

Spiral House

Design & Urban Studies at the Chicago Athenaeum

Museum of Architecture & Design

2013 AIA CT > Merit Award

Stonington​/​Lincoln Residence

Stonington / Lincoln Restoration + Transformation

2013 RADA > Design Award

Bridge House

2013 RADA Design Merit Award for Custom Design over 3,000 sq ft

Jury Comments:

“…a sculptural object that “engages beautifully with the site and topography.”

2013 AIA NE > Merit Award

Bridge House

2013 CT Cottages & Gardens IDA > First Honor

Lake Residence

Innovative Design Award for Architecture, First Honor

2012 ID Magazine > Best of Year

Neutra Intervention

2012 Best of Year Kitchen & Bath Honoree

 

2012 AIA NE > Merit Award

Neutra Intervention

2012 AIA New England Merit Award for Design Excellence

 

2012 ID Magazine > Best of Year

Sullivan

2012 Best of Year Small Office: Under 5,000 Honoree

2012 AIA CT > Merit Award

LIS Residence

Jury Comments:

The additions show a great sensitivity to the original and to the site. It works as a total composition and sits very well in the landscape.

2012 AIA CT > Drawing Award

Palm Beach Residence

Palm Beach Apartment: Honorable Mention

2012 AIA CT > Merit Award

AMP Studio

Jury Comments:

This project is beguiling in its simplicity. Its one move is well done.

2012 RADA > Design Award

Neutra Intervention

NEUTRA GLEN RESIDENCE: Preservation / Transformation Design Award

Richard Neutra  > 1959

2012 CT Cottages & Gardens IDA > Finalist

HH131

Hemlock Hill Residence: First Honor Architecture


2012 CT Cottages & Gardens IDA > Finalist

BH17

BH17 – First Honor Interior Design

 

2012 CT Cottages & Gardens IDA > Finalist

Neutra Intervention

Neutra Glen Residence – Kitchen Finalist

Richard Neutra >1959

 

2012 AIA CT > Merit Award

Lake Residence

Jury Comments:

This is a disciplined, nicely detailed transformation of the original house. It is elegant, with fair lines, and a simple choice of materials. It strength comes from its austere exterior. 

2011 AIA CT > Honor Award

New Canaan Townhouse

This project has exquisite detail; the architect knows how to use materials. Volumetrically it is a hybrid, producing views from the inside of the house back to the outside., establishing a relationship between inside and out and making the inside interesting. On this very narrow, small lot, the architects found a way to form protection on the sides of the house. On the inside there is a certain crispness to detailing. The house almost has a human quality to it- with the outside “aggressive” and the inside open and generous. The interior is skillfully detailed even down to the window sills: the joining of materials is done well.

2011 AIA CT > Honor Award

Neutra Intervention

This project is not a restoration, but a renovation that enters into a dialogue with the original  Neutra House. It respects Neutra’s detailing but inserts its own minimalist detailing where  appropriate. It is lovely to see work performed by an architect who revered details as Neutra  did. For a landmark project like this, the owner and architect have to have a common vision;  the new work done exemplified that relationship and takes neutral into the 21st Centrury. A wonderful procession from pavilion to pavilion. It’s a success story of what the architect “did  not do”.

2011 AIA NE > Honor Award

Spiral House

2011 Jury Members:

Frank Grauman FAIA, Principal, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Philadelphia, PA

Alan Metcalfe AIA, Principal, Metcalfe Architecture & Design, Philadelphia, PA

Cathrine Veikos AIA, Assistant Professor of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania

2011 NA Wood Design Award

Bridge House

The Wood Design Awards is the only North American program to recognize, award and publicize excellence in wood architecture – publicly acknowledging the importance of architecture in our society. As a winning project, Bridge House will be profiled in the Wood & Design Building’s annual awards book, Celebrating Excellence in Wood Structures.

2010 AIA > National Housing Award

Spiral House

The AIA Housing and Custom Residential Knowledge Community established this awards program to emphasize the importance of good housing as a necessity of life, a sanctuary for the human spirit and a valuable national resource. The categories are (1) One- and Two-Family Custom Residences, (2) One- and Two-Family Production Homes, (3) Multifamily Housing, and (4) Specialized Housing.

Joeb Moore + Partners Architects LLC recieved an award in the One-family Custom Residence category.

You may visit the award page by clicking here

2010 AIA CT > Honor Award

44PL

Jury Comments;

“This single family residence sited on a series of long retaining walls takes the form of a traditional New England house, and by abstraction and use of materials takes its vernacular inspiration to a heightened level of sculptural modernity. The architect sustained the rigor of scale throughout, enabling a considerably sized house to takes its place easily on this site.” “This single family residence sited on a series of long retaining walls takes the form of a traditional New England house, and by abstraction and use of materials takes its vernacular inspiration to a heightened level of sculptural modernity. The architect sustained the rigor of scale throughout, enabling a considerably sized house to takes its place easily on this site.”

2010 AIA CT > Honor Award

Spiral House

“Beautifully drawn and equally well executed, this house, poised on the edge of Long Island Sound, traces a spiral from entry to upper chambers. Poised like a heron, the house distills its vernacular and modernist sensibilities in a spare aesthetic of calm and elegance.”

2010 AIA CT > Honor Award

Bridge House

“Set in a dramatic landscape, 300 feet above Kent falls, this house is poised carefully on its site, allowing the site to flow through the house. The jury was fascinated with the play of warm and cool texture and color. The house also responds to the seasons with carefully framed views, it also provides intricate and warm interior viewing chambers.”

2009 AIA NE > Honor Award

44PL

2009 Interior Design Magazine > Best of Year

Spiral House

“Best of the Year” Award

Freestanding Residence

2009 RADA > Design Award

Riverbank Residence

Custom Kitchen Award

2009 NA Wood Design Award

Spiral House

As winner of a Merit Award, Spiral House will be profiled in the Wood & Design Building’s annual awards book, sponsored by the Canadian Wood Council.

The treatment here–with one piece [of the building] hovering–is dynamic. The composition of vertical wood detailing is well resolved; all the pieces come together. Very elegant wood massing.

2008 AIA CT & CT Magazine > Alice Washburn Award

Riverbank Residence

“Best House of 2008”

Sponsored by AIA CT and Connecticut Magazine

2008 AIA CT > Honor Award

CPW Residence

2008 AIA CT > Drawing Award

Spiral House

This drawing seems to meld photography, art, computer graphics and client presentation. It is photo-realistic without pretending to be photographic. It has a positive cartoon quality and beautifully expresses indoor and outdoor spatial relationships.

2008 AIA CT > Drawing Award

New Canaan Townhouse

2008 CT Cottages & Gardens IDA > First Honor

Riverbank Residence

Innovation in Design Awards

Grand Award – Kitchen

2008 CT Cottages & Gardens IDA > First Honor

Courtyard House

Innovation in Design Awards

Grand Award – Architecture

Grand Award – Landscape (with James Doyle Design)

 

 

2008 AIA CT > Drawing Award

RAMP | Studio was awarded a Drawing Award by the AIA CT. Jurors comments “A wonderful presentation as it unfolds. It is a cunning as it can be.”

2007 RADA > Design Award

Courtyard House

Design Award – Addition/Alteration

2007 Custom Home DA > Merit Award

Noyes Transformation

Merit Award, Custom Homes over 5,000 square feet

2007 AIA Westchester > Honor Award

GC90

2007 AIA NE > Merit Award

Riverbank Residence

Honor Award, AIA New England

2007 AIA CT > Honor Award

Courtyard House

2006 AIA CT > Drawing Award

Noyes Transformation

Honorable Mention

An interesting study in presentation of all sides of a building and a fresh approach to presenting a whole series of ideas. An innovative method is used to identify the whole skin of the building.

2005 RADA > Design Award

GC90

2004 AIA NE > Merit Award

Noyes Transformation

Merit Award, AIA New England

2004 AIA CT > Citation Award

GC90

AIA CT Citation Award

2004 AIA CT > Honor Award

Riverbank Residence

Honor Award – Architecture

2004 AIA CT > Citation Award

Spiral House

Design Award in the ‘Unbuilt’ category

2003 AIA CT > Honor Award

Noyes Transformation

Honor Award – addition / alteration

 

2002 AIA CT > Honor Award

Noyes Transformation

Honor Award – Architecture

Transformations of Eliot Noyes’ 1951 Brown Residence

2001 AIA CT > Honor Award

Ritz NYC

2001 AIA CT > Honor Award

Courtyard House

Honor Award – Architecture

2001 AIA CT > Honor Award

Honor Award – Architecture

Art/Landscape/Architecture – Polly Park Estate

 

1997 AIA CT > Drawing Award

BLS Residence

Drawing Award

1996 AIA NE > Excellence Award

BLS Residence

1996 AIA CT > Honor Award

Sanctuary

Honor Award – Architecture

1995 AIA CT > Honor Award

BLS Residence

Honor Award – Architecture