Andrew Moore is a landscape architect with over 30 years experience working in New York City. He has designed a broad selection of the firm’s notable work, including the master plan for Hudson River Park, multiple projects on the campus of Princeton University, The Central Park Children’s Zoo, the restoration of many historic parks and landscapes in the northeast, and private residences in New York, Connecticut, Florida and New Mexico.
Mr. Moore’s work has also featured collaboration with architects, artists and designers. Projects at Princeton University feature collaborations with architects of each new building, including the Science Library by Frank Gehry, and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics by Rafael Vinoly. Recent projects include collaborations with artists Paula Hayes on a private residence in East Hampton and Monika Gryzmala on a roof top installation for the Woodner Foundation in Manhattan. Mr. Moore has had a long and successful collaboration with architect Toshiko Mori on six private residences as well as at the Visitor’s Center for Poe Cottage in the Bronx and at the Greatbatch Pavilion for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin Martin House in Buffalo, NY.
Mr. Moore has taught at Parsons New School of Design, at the University of Pennsylvania, at a summer program in Beacon, NY for Washington University and has given many guest lectures at Columbia University on modern design, participatory design and technical methodology.
Mr. Moore is a graduate of the University of Oregon and is a licensed Landscape Architect in New York State and the State of New Jersey. He is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects.