Joeb Moore

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Neutra Glen Residence, Stamford, Conn.

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

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Rising Star: Gray Organschi Architecture

Gray Organschi's houses define the luxury of scarcity: creating richness with simple moves. More

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ra50: Gray Organschi Architecture

Gray Organschi Architecture has a passion for houses. More

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ra50: Joeb Moore + Partners, Architects

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

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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. More

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Grand Award: Outdoor Spaces

Joeb + Partners, Architects, for Winding Lane Porches, Greenwich, Conn. One judge had trouble tearing himself away from the photos of these two screened-in porch additions to a Greenwich, Conn., house. “I just want to keep looking at this,” he said. The other judges shared his enthusiasm, calling it “clean and simple.” More

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Riverbank Residence, Stamford, Conn.

Architect Joeb Moore and his team lavished care on every detail of this Connecticut kitchen. More

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Announcing the Winners of CHDA 2009!

The 17th annual CUSTOM HOME Design Awards received 513 entries in nine categories. Just 24 projects were singled out for accolades. The jury comprised four distinguished custom builders and architects, including Heather Cass, FAIA, Cass & Associates Architects, Washington, D.C.; Jacob S. Goldberg, Goldberg General Contracting, Chicago; Mary Griffin, FAIA, Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects, San Francisco; and David Warner, Redhorse Constructors, San Rafael, Calif. In all, they bestowed 14 Merit awards, nine Grand awards, and one Custom Home of the Year award. More

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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 More

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