ra50: Joeb Moore + Partners, Architects

greenwich, conn.

Greenwich, Conn., architect Joeb Moore blends the provocative with the poetic.


Joeb Moore + Partners, Architects

  • Neutra Glen Residence, Stamford, Conn.

    A new kitchen in a restored 1959 house by Richard Neutra expands on the theme of the original building.

  • Lisa Gray and Alan Organschi converted a downtown New Haven warehouse into their 6,500-square-foot headquarters, including a workshop.

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  • Reinvention 2010 Breakout Session: Case Study--A builder and Architect Collaborate on a High-end LEED Spec House

    Builder David Prutting and architect Joeb Moore, AIA, discuss their collaboration on a spec house in New Canaan, Conn.

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  • the chameleon

    The context of its setting—an 18th-century barn renovated as a residence—makes this modern master bath look more modern still.

  • riverbank residence, stamford, conn.

    Joeb Moore, AIA, intended this white-and-stainless steel kitchen to both please and surprise.

  • residential architect design awards 2008

    The global spread of good design starts to show itself first in the house, said a juror for our ninth annual residential architect Design Awards. Judging by our collection of winners this year, our future buildings will not disappoint.

  • Working on a Modern Masterwork

    Connecticut's taste in residential architecture runs the gamut from grand to discreet, from old world to modern times. Here Joeb Moore is building a practice that embraces the contradictions and explores the tension between these seemingly opposing forces

  • Considering Context: The New House

    The panelists for this session discussed how they incorporate the context of landscape, climate, clients, culture, and history when designing a new house.

  • rising star: joeb moore, aia

    In the vestibule of Joeb Moore's office building on Greenwich Avenue, the busy retail corridor that runs down to Long Island Sound, a 10-foot-tall black “iPod” shows a continuous loop of digital photos of the firm's work, and passersby on the street stop

  • oshry residence, bel air, calif.

    What impressed the judges most about this house was the way Zoltan E. Pali, FAIA, used public and private space to break up its long bar shape.

  • 1748 n. winchester, chicago

    Homes on skinny urban sites tend to have few opportunities for windows, resulting in dark interiors. But Mark Peters, AIA, came up with a light-gathering strategy for this Chicago residence.

  • mianus river residence, stamford, conn.

    “This house is almost John Pawson-like; it's so spare it sings,” said one judge. Another praised its “quiet celebration of connections” and the way it hits the ground.

  • new fork social club residence, pinedale, wyo.

    “Our clients were moving from a major city to Wyoming and came with a preconceived notion of a log cabin,” says Eric Logan, AIA.

  • btr, bethesda, md.

    David Jameson Architect, Alexandria, Va. A split-foyer fix often calls for drastic measures, and this project was no exception.

  • Announcing the Winners of RADA 2008!

    The ninth annual residential architect Design Awards received more than 1,300 entries in 15 categories. Just 36 projects were singled out for accolades, making RADA the most competitive residential architecture awards program in the country. The jury comprised six distinguished architects...

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