December 9, 2018

“House, Form and Culture” With Architect Joeb Moore

The Essex Library’s ongoing Centerbrook Architects Lectures Series presents architect Joeb Moore, who will speak on “House, Form and Culture” on Friday February 3rd at 7 PM at Essex Meadows Auditorium.

The Essex Library’s ongoing Centerbrook Architects Lectures Series presents architect Joeb Moore, who will speak on “House, Form and Culture” on Friday February 3 at 7 p.m. at Essex Meadows Auditorium. In architecture, designing houses is often where the best young architectural talent has the opportunity to push the art of architecture forward.  Frank Gehry and Frank Lloyd Wright started their careers by designing houses that changed the way we think about home.  For adventuresome clients, their house is an opportunity to try something new.

Architect Joeb Moore has provided a decade of inspiration in how to design comfortable houses that also excite us about what is possible. Joeb will discuss how these houses were designed and built and will inspire us to think about our homes in a different way.

Mr. Moore is principal of Joeb Moore + Partners, Architects, an architecture and design firm in Greenwich, Connecticut, and is the recipient of more than twenty-five AIA New England, AIA CT, and AIA NY Design Awards since founding his practice in 1993.  Before joining the Yale faculty in 2007, Mr. Moore taught at Catholic University and Columbia University.

The program is free and open to all, and a wine and cheese reception will precede the program at 6:30 p.m.  Essex Meadows is at 30 Bokum Road in Essex. For more information or to register for this talk, please call the Essex Library at 860-767-1560.

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