Architecture You Love
A North Carolina 501C3 Educational Nonprofit Archive Documenting, Preserving, and Promoting Residential Modernist Architecture

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Enjoy browsing, but unless otherwise noted, these houses are private property and closed to the public -- so don't go tromping around uninvited.

JESSICA JOHNSON MOORE (1976-)

Moore was born in Raleigh and grew up in Cary. She got her Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture in 1999 and her Master of Architecture degree in 2003 from the NCSU College of Design. While at NCSU, she worked with Boney Architects (now LS3P & Associates) in Wilmington. After graduate school she worked in retail architecture/store development at Polo Ralph Lauren in New York City.  She was a freelance architect an adjunct Assistant Professor in architecture at NCSU.


 2007 - The David and Charlene Johnson Residence, aka the Edge House, 1825 Stillwater Drive, Raleigh. Designed with Chad Everhart. David Johnson of Urban Edge Construction, Moore's father, was both client and general contractor. 3900 square feet. Tim Martin was the structural engineer. Featured on the TMH May 2009 Tour. Sold in July 2009 to Phil Corey who changed some paint colors and flooring.


2007 - The Jessica J. and Thomas Moore Renovation, 3205 Dell Drive, Raleigh. House was built for Charles W. and Shirley Bennett in 1955; original architect is unknown. Sold in 1967 to Henry B. and Gwen H. Barnes. Photos by Thomas Moore.


2008 - The William Maynard Residence, 514 Cole Street, Raleigh.
4100 square feet with a 1500 square foot unheated basement. Unbuilt.


 

2009 - The Frank Thompson Renovation, 817 Bryan Street, Raleigh.
Bottom photo is the "before" shot. 


2010 - Moore's design for a house at the New American House Project
on Trailwood Drive in Raleigh. Unbuilt.


Sources include: Jessica Johnson Moore, Thomas Moore, Chad Everhart.