Lucy Moore is an insightful and attentive architect with a deep appreciation for the role of historic preservation in shaping collective memory and celebrating community heritage. Her academic studies in history, architecture, and preservation combined with her background in policy work inform her ability to address historic context through thoughtful design strategies that balance the needs of diverse users.
Lucy has managed and designed many significant projects in the civic realm as well as the higher education and institutional markets. Her portfolio spans multiple architectural eras, from 19th-century landmarks to icons of the Modern era.
Lucy is passionate about history. She seeks to understand how the past informs the present, revealing compelling connections between historic buildings and sites and our communities today. She advocates for architecture to be more inclusive and accessible, and to enable many voices to be heard and respected in the design process.
Master of Architecture and Master of Historic Preservation, University of Maryland, 2014
Bachelor of Arts in History and Literature, Harvard University, 2006
Balkans Program, School for International Training, 2005
Association for Preservation Technology, DC
Docomomo US/DC, Vice President, DC Chapter
Takoma Park Façade Advisory Board, Chair
Vernacular Architecture Forum
American Institute of Architects DC, Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program