Moore Architects, PC is a full service architectural firm, working in all stages of the process from schematic design through construction drawings and construction administration. The architects in the firm provide a hands-on approach to the entire development of architecture.
The firm is predominately a residential practice, concentrating on new homes, renovations/additions, retail, adaptive reuse and historic preservation projects. Additionally, a growing segment of the practice focuses on commercial and institutional work, including retail buildings, churches, and private schools.
Moore Architects, PC has completed well over 300 residential projects in the Washington, DC region, and in North Carolina, New York, Massachusetts, Indiana, Texas, New Jersey and California.
Moore Architects, PC began in 1989 as C. Marshall Moore, Architect. In 1990, with the addition of a partner and employees, the firm rapidly grew into Moore Poe Architects, PC. In 2002, the firm, at the time located in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, established the name Moore Architects, PC. The 6-person firm is currently located and settled in the City of Falls Church, Virginia.
Charles Moore, the principal of Moore Architects, PC graduated from Virginia Tech in 1981 with a Bachelor of Architecture. Prior to opening his own practice, Mr. Moore practiced architecture with Davis Carter Scott Architects, Joseph Boggs Studio Architects, and Hartman-Cox Architects.
The firm has received numerous awards from the American Institute of Architects (Washington, D.C. Chapter, Northern Virginia Chapter and Virginia Society), the Washington Architectural Foundation, the Arlington County Preservation Design Awards Program, Spaces Magazine, Fine Homebuilding Magazine, Southern Living Magazine, Builder Magazine, Remodeling Magazine, and Custom Home Magazine.
Moore Architects, PC has been published in Home Magazine, Luxe Magazine, Spaces Magazine, Cottage Living Magazine, Fine Homebuilding Magazine, Architectural Digest, Southern Living Magazine, Washingtonian Magazine, The Washington Post and INFORM Magazine. The firm also has had projects featured on HGTV’s programs, “Dream Home” and “What You Get For The Money.”