The Cultural Landscape Foundation
Shaking Their Yankee Foundations: Evolving Modernist Ambitions,  October 8, 2010 at the Atlanta History Center


Joeb Moore, AIA, NCARB

Mr. Moore received his B.A. and M. Arch degrees from Clemson University and continued his postgraduate studies at Yale School of Architecture in the MED program. He was the recipient of the AIA School Medal from Clemson University and the Alpha Rho Chi Bronze Medal from Yale School of Architecture.

Mr. Moore began his teaching career as a Visiting Professor at Catholic University and a Lecturer at Yale School of Architecture. Currently, he is Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Barnard/Columbia University Undergraduate Architecture Department. Joeb Moore joined the faculty in 1992 and continues to teach Design II and III studios and seminars. In 2006, Mr. Moore re-joined the faculty of the Yale School of Architecture where he currently teaches in the first-year Housing Studio that concludes with a student-built, community-based housing project. He is a frequent guest critic at numerous schools, including Harvard, Columbia, Princeton, and Yale. 

Mr. Moore is principal of Joeb Moore + Partners, Architects, an architecture and design firm known nationally for design excellence and innovative building. Mr. Moore is the recipient of more than 25 AIA-New England, AIA-CT, AIA-NY Design Awards since founding his practice in 1993. In 2007 he was awarded the 2007 “Rising Star” Leadership Award from Residential Architect Magazine.