ARTstor to digitize images of Charles Moore’s architecture
The Charles Moore Foundation has partnered with ARTstor to digitize and make available approximately 50,000 images depicting works of architecture designed by Charles W. Moore (1925–1993), architect and author.
A prolific architect with an international following, Moore completed hundreds of commissions and established architecture firms in California, Connecticut, and Texas. Among scores of houses, churches, museums, educational buildings, and public places, his most notable projects include: the Sea Ranch Condominium (MLTW, 1962–65); the Faculty Club at the University of California, Santa Barbara (MLTW:Moore/Turnbull, 1966–68); Kresge College at the University of California, Santa Cruz (MLTW:Moore/Turnbull, 1972–74); and the Piazza d’Italia in New Orleans (with Urban Innovations Group, 1978).
For more detailed information about this collection, visit the Charles Moore Archive page.