01.16.2017 | Events

Joeb Moore Inducted into New England Home “Hall of Fame”

  Last Fall, Joeb Moore was inducted into the New England Home “Hall of Fame,” which cited his work as “an incredible collection of thoughtful, complex, and striking residential buildings.”  

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.

02.25.2015 | Events

Joeb Moore Honored by Clemson University

Joeb was invited by his alma mater to participate in the School of Architecture’s Fall 2014 Lecture Series; following the lecture, entitled “Landscape, Art and Architecture in an Expanded Field,” School of Architecture chair Kate Schwennsen presented Joeb with an Alumni Achievement Award for his professional and academic work. Joeb obtained a B.S. in Architecture […]

12.6.2013 | Events


In the winter of 2013, Joeb Moore & Partners studio undertook a trip to Marfa, Texas. The voyage was conceived as a  research trip to view and experience the home, studios, and site-specific “situations” of Donald Judd, and the unlikely art community that he inspired in the Far West Texas town. Although Judd’s work had […]

11.20.2013 | Events

STUDIO FIELD TRIP > Judd Home and Studio > SoHo

The former home-studio of renowned minimalist Donald Judd – in development  for nearly twelve years before opening to the public for the first time in the Fall of 2013 – allowed the JM & P staff to experience the urban application of Judd’s design ideas closely, in the most private of settings. The five floor building, which was […]

11.12.2013 | Events

TCLF > Dan Kiley

Joeb Moore & Partners is proud to sponsor of The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s Dan Kiley photographic exhibition. Daniel Urban Kiley (1912-2004) was one of the most important and visionary Modernist landscape architects, acclaimed for more than 1,000 designs worldwide. In November, TCLF presented a retrospective of Kiley’s life and prolific body of work, a special edition of the annual […]

10.3.2013 | Events


STUDIO FIELD TRIP > Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes > MOMA > New York  MoMA presents its first major exhibition on the work of Le Corbusier (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, 1887-1965), encompassing his work as an architect, interior designer, artist, city planner, writer, and photographer. Conceived by guest curator Jean-Louis Cohen, the exhibition reveals the ways in […]

12.28.2012 | Events

STUDIO FIELD TRIP > Mattress Factory > Pittsburgh, PA

Another highlight of our trip was a visit to the the Mattress Factory, a contemporary art museum located in Pittsburgh’s historic North Side. Two reused buildings house four floors of large scale installations. The collection includes works by James Turell, Sarah Oppenheimer, and Yayoi Kusama. The museum also has a renowned artist residency program.

12.27.2012 | Events

STUDIO FIELD TRIP > Falling Water > Mill Run > PA

Fallingwater was completed in 1939 as the weekend country residence of the Kaufman family, owners of the Pittsburgh Kauffman’s Department Store. Frank Lloyd Wright was a close friend of the family, and designed here a home carefully in synch with its site; the home’s masonry seems to form part of the hill into which it’s […]

12.27.2012 | Events

STUDIO FIELD TRIP > Falling Water > Mill Run, PA

Fallingwater was completed in 1939 as the weekend country residence of the Kaufman family, owners of the Pittsburgh Kauffman’s Department Store. Frank Lloyd Wright was a close friend of the family, and designed here a home carefully in synch with its site; the home’s masonry seems to form part of the hill into which it’s […]

10.22.2012 | Events

AIA CRAN – Contextual Sustainability: The New Paradigm

Joeb Moore presented a lecture titled, “Contextual Sustainability: The New Paradigm”, at The American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Annual Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN) Symposium in Newport, Rhode Island on Sept 6th, 2012. Among the many educational and social highlights of the 5-day event was an afternoon of sight-seeing in Newport’s Famed Bellevue Avenue Mansion […]

09.11.2012 | Events

STUDIO FIELD TRIP > The Barnes Foundation > Philadelphia

The office took a day trip to Philadelphia, visiting the Rodin Museum and the New Barnes Foundation designed by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien Architects.    

09.11.2012 | Events

STUDIO FIELD TRIP > Usonia and Glass House

Following a morning at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonia, staff and interns visited the Glass House in New Canaan and paid homage to its architect Philip Johnson.

03.1.2012 | Events

AIA – SC Design Awards: 2012 Jury Chair

Joeb will be Chair of the jury for the 2012 AIA SC Design Awards, and will be speaking as host at the awards reception on April 14th. Other jury members this year include Thomas Phifer and Mario Gooden. A ceremony celebrating the completion of the Lee Hall expansion, designed by Thomas Phifer + Partners Architects […]

02.3.2012 | Events

Centerbrook Lecture Series

Joeb was invited to be a part of the Centerbrook Architects Lecture Series. His lecture, entitled “House, Form and Culture” was given in the Meadows Auditorium of the Essex Library. More information about the lecture can be accessed by clicking on the link here.

11.18.2011 | Events

MOMA > Second Wave of Modernism

Today designers are returning to modernist sites with new motivations, attempting to balance the complex values of natural and cultural systems. To investigate this significant evolution of professional practice. Joeb was the moderator and speaker in the “Residential Transformation” section that  explored landscape transformations at residential, urban and metropolitan scales. The lecture was titled: “The Emergence […]

06.9.2011 | Events

“Architecture / Experience / Education”

June 9, 2011 > “Architecture / Experience / Education” Reflection on Art, Architecture and Cultural Production University of Nicosia > Nicosia . Cypress

01.11.2011 | Events

Office Field Trip > Brant Foundation

The Brant Foundation Art Study Center is  9,800- square-foot gallery and nonprofit study center located on the edge of a field in a converted stone barn in Greenwich, Connecticut.  The barn was built in 1902 for fruit storage. Today, it has been converted into a gallery comprised of three showroom galleries with skylights providing natural light. […]

12.27.2010 | Events

Hanley Wood University – Virtual Reinvention Symposium > Design for the Future

As part of Hanley Wood’s Reinvention Symposium, Joeb Moore and custom builder David Prutting discuss how they designed and constructed a high-end infill house in New Canaan, Connecticut following LEED guidelines for energy efficiency and resource conservation. To be directed to the story, please visit this link.