Lucy Moore brings a deep interest in history and sense of place to her work as an architect and historic preservation specialist.
She appreciates the power of architecture, as a visual, spatial, and tangible art form, to tell meaningful stories about people and communities. In working on historic sites, Lucy explores how we collectively demonstrate our understanding of history through our approach to preservation.
Lucy’s diverse experience includes the transformation of landmark office properties and icons of the Modern era. She has worked and studied overseas, is bilingual, and enjoys architectural photography. Active in her community, she leads city-level reviews of commercial property projects in her local historic district.
“Architecture is a reflection of our collective priorities, aspirations, and limitations. How we choose to engage with the past charts a course for the future. I believe in responsive design that weighs a site or building’s history with the needs of clients, users, and the larger community.”
- University of Maryland, Master of Architecture and Master of Historic Preservation, 2014
- Harvard University, Bachelor of Arts in History and Literature, 2006
- School for International Training, Balkans Program, 2005
- American Institute of Architects
- Association for Preservation Technology International DC
- Docomomo US/DC
- Vernacular Architecture Forum
- Chair, Takoma Park Historic District Façade Advisory Board, Chair