10.19.2016 | CollaborationEvents

Joeb Moore Partners with TCLF for “Garden Dialogue” in Stonington, CT

In partnership with The Cultural Landscape Foundation, Joeb Moore & Partners has organized a series of events centered on two of the firm’s projects in Stonington, CT as part of the TCLF’s Fall “Garden Dialogues” Series. At the site of the Stone Acres Farm, Joeb Moore gave a talk of the project and offered participants a tour of the […]

10.6.2016 | CollaborationEvents

Joeb Moore at Roger Williams University

Joeb Moore & Partners to teach Fall 2016 “Firm in Residence” Graduate Studio at Roger Williams University School of Architecture.

11.11.2012 | Collaboration

BIG BLUE COMPETITION > Joeb Moore & Partners Office Entry Alcove Competition

Inspired by the ‘operational art’ wall drawings of Sol Lewitt, exhibited at MASS MoCA, Joeb challenged our design staff to each come up with potential designs to be exhibited in the entry alcove of the office.  The rules for the designs were that they must utilize Mason’s Blue plumb string, used in the field to strike straight chalks lines. […]

11.10.2012 | Collaboration

Community Service > CANstruction > can-scape

In October, Joeb Moore & Partners participated in the Greenwich Canstruction Competition. Participating architecture firms designed and built large scale designs made from cans of food. After exhibiting the designs, the cans used for construction were donated to Neighbor to Neighbor, which feeds those in need in our area. Joeb Moore & Partners extends a special […]

01.11.2012 | Collaboration

2012 > Yves Klein Blue

This year Joeb Moore & Partners feature color is Klein Blue. For reference, Yves Klein appropriated and ritualized the color blue to the point that he created and named the blue “Klein Blue.” This infatuation with Blue began when he was a boy. While playing with his friends each appropriated a color of the world. […]

01.11.2011 | Collaboration


Common Ground is an international leader in the development of solutions to homelessness.  Founded by MacArthur and Ashoka Fellow Rosanne Haggerty in 1990, Common Ground is a pioneer in the development of supportive housing and other research-based practices that end homelessness.  Common Ground’s network of well-designed, affordable apartments- linked to the services people need to […]