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“Good design transcends time and fashion,” says Moore Design Founder Heather Moore. “One must look beyond the dazzle of the moment, see the big picture, and seek out the timeless. A thorough grasp of history is essential in our profession.”

Heather’s diverse background encompasses both residential and corporate design. A graduate of the Parsons School of Design in New York, she has years of experience with some of the most prestigious design firms in the city.  With a keen interest in furniture, Heather's career actually began while at Parsons, when she worked for Tout Le Monde selling antiques and what is now referred to as ‘vintage’. 

Heather joined residential partner services at Mancini Duffy in the 1990s, where her first design project was the interior design of A-level editorial and publishing offices at Conde Nast’s Times Square headquarters’; ensuing projects included Black Rock, CIBC World Headquarters, Lincoln Financial, Time Warner, and Wasserstein Perella. She then became Design Director at Campion Platt, where her unique specialty was focused on modern architecture and design for Manhattan luxury apartments, Hamptons beach houses, and upstate New York country residences. Heather was next Senior Designer at the now former Jed Johnson Associates, where her decade-long tenure was widely heralded as aesthetically influential and groundbreaking, working directly with some of the most prominent individuals in both the public eye and private sector on their New York City apartments and Hamptons homes. She has also worked with some of the most important architects in the industry including Gil Schafer of Gill Schafer Architects, Christopher Pagliaro of Pagliaro Bartels Sajda, and Ralph Mackin Architects.


In January 2017 she opened her eponymous firm which specializes in high-end residential design. Recent projects include the residential renovation of a barn into an industrial loft residence in Greenwich, Connecticut; the mid-century design and installation of an apartment in the West Village’s Greenwich Lane with an eco-friendly terrace underway for spring 2018; the design and installation of an East Hampton screen porch; and lobbies and hallways interior design for a prominent Manhattan real estate organization.


Her interiors are consistently comfortable, restrained, and sophisticated, and her practical nature, determined approach, and exceptional project management skills assure continuity throughout the client-designer collaborative process. Respect for artisans and their work, dedication to quality, knowledge of antiques and period furnishings, along with close attention to architectural details and an innate sense of style make Heather one of the most important designers on the scene.  


Additionally, her love of global travel and exploring new places, their culture and of course, art and design, is a constant source of inspiration for her design aesthetic. “My approach is all about serene, luxurious interiors,” she states, “which is the standard for every project I undertake. Heather's consistent approach is all about a collaborative relationship with her clients, so they are completely comfortable in their homes." 


With 15+ years of experience in residential interior design, Theresa brings extensive knowledge in architectural detailing and custom furniture to the Moore Design team. She graduated from F.I.T. with a BFA in interior design and is NCIDQ certified. Her love of interior design began as a young child watching her mother changing the curtains in their home as the seasons changed throughout the year, and being enchanted by the different moods the colors and textures gave to each room. Theresa and Heather met at Jed Johnson Associates and have worked together for over a decade.


Amelia studied Interior Architecture at Parsons School of Design in New York City.  She is originally from the Dominican Republic where she grew up curious and in awe of the informal architecture and vernacular of interiors around her.  This natural interest led Amelia to study spaces and inspire hope through architectural design, firmly believing in the long-standing principle of how things we design can help us live brighter, better lives.


Istanbul-born Burcin graduated from Marmara University, one of the top universities as designated by QS World University Rankings, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Interior Architecture. Past experience includes her work as a design coordinator for an array of residential and office projects. Burcin’s motivation comes from combining ergonomics and aesthetics, creating comfort areas, and designing spaces that bring clients peace and happiness.


A graduate of the University of Hunter College, Kyra received a Bachelor of Arts in Film & Media, as well as certification from The Interior Design Institute. She oversees all administrative projects for Moore Design, including proposal coordination, financial details and transactions.


New Zealand native Vicky is a long-time logistics specialist and account manager, with two decades of industry experience handling fine art, custom furniture, and millwork for numerous interior designers, architects, and luxury brands.  

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