Moore Design Group selected as Best Designers in Dallas 2007
D Home, January 2007
Modern Luxury Dallas, October 2006
Dynamic Women of Dallas
"Stephanie Moore, principal of Moore Design Group of Dallas, was awarded three honors from the Texas Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers. She was awarded Second Place in the category of Hospitality/Living for her interiors at The Depot, Fort Worth."
September 18, 2006 Work Faces
Moore Design Group Ranked Amongst Top 25 Design Firms in the Metroplex.
Dallas Business Journal, September 8, 2006
Stephanie Moore of Moore Design Group has received three industry honors for the interior architecture and design of the Depot, a former Fort Worth railroad terminal that is now a multifamily housing development. The honors are the McSam Award from the Home Builders Association of Greater Dallas; the Design Ovation Award from American Society of Interior Design, Dallas; and finalist in the Pillars of the Industry by the National Association of Homebuilders.
Kudos, Dallas Morning News
May 21, 2006
In past developments, the sales office had some samples of the sinks, flooring, carpet and other amenities. At the ICON, they constructed an actual unit, tastefully decorated, and featuring a backlit panoramic view of a rendering of the Nashville skyline. Kudos to the Moore Design Group and Stephanie Moore for a fine effort.
The Nashville City Paper
April 21, 2006
Stephanie Moore of Moore Design Group has received three industry honors for the design of a historic Fort Worth Project. They include: McSam Award, Home Builders Association of Greater Dallas; Design Ovation Awards, American Society of Interior Design, Dallas; and Pillars of the Industry Finalist, National Association of Homebuilders.
People, Fort Worth Business Press
May 8, 2006
When Stephanie Moore was hired to take on the interior decoration of The Depot, the Elm Street apartment complex built around a renovated 20th century railroad freight depot, she had some personal reasons for wanting it to be great. “I’m from Fort Worth and when you’re working in the city that you’re from, you like to leave something, a legacy,” she said.
Fort Worth Business Press
April 3, 2006
In The Depot, Moore Design Group respected the historic legacy of the railroad depot, retaining the terra-cotta floor and transforming railroad offices into apartment leasing offices.
Urban Land, March, 2006
Regional Spotlight, Texas
With a keen sense of space and scale, a sophisticated eye for color, a signature styling of textures and unparalleled access to global resources, the award-winning design team combines the unique and interesting to create the inviting.
Designed in Texas
As residents and developers yield to the allure of urban living, many are rediscovering the charm of historic properties . . . In a movement that began in the eastern and southern United States, historic properties in urban areas are being given a new purpose, especially in the multifamily segment. This trend is expected to grow and extend through the western states.
Urban Land, October 2005
Unlocking the Past
By Stephanie Moore
Among the literally thousands of designers doing high-quality work in the multi-housing field, a select few truly stand apart from their peers.�� Moore Design Group is named to Top 100 Designers.
Multi-Housing News, September 2005
Top 100 Architects
“Owner/developers can empower their projects to succeed if they understand their role and lead by example, especially in asking for an equal commitment to effective communication from all project team members at critical points in the lifecycle: project classification/fee negotiation; initial project team meetings/conceptual design; and delivery/installation.”
Multi-Housing News, August, 2005
by Stephanie Moore
"The Home Builders Association of Greater Dallas has honored Moore Design Group for Best Interior Merchandising for its work on the Estancia Townhomes. The National Association of Homebuilders also honored Moore as part of a team that earned the Pillars of the Industry award for Austin Ranch at The Colony."
Dallas Morning News
May 15, 2005
“The entrance to AMLI Downtown [Austin] is cutting edge, with a long reception area on the ground floor and the lobby on the second level. Said Moore, ‘This design accommodates a trend of using historic buildings as part of multifamily construction. . . the lobby design tied in the historic warehouse that had been on the site with the current urban design.’”
“The designer’s commitment to quality expresses architectural clarity in a sophisticated stylish manner. Enriching the community expressed by the designer contribute to the best urban living experience in Dallas.”
Dallas Design Guide, Fall 2004.
ASID DesignOvation Awards,
First Place Multifamily Dwelling.
“Enter into a thriving urban landscape at the Marquis on McKinney. Designer Stephanie Moore brings together an eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary influences in designing the chic interior spaces of the marquis on McKinney.”
Where Magazine, June 2004.
2004 Pillars of the Industry Award Winner. “For this prestigious national award, honoring excellence in multifamily, Stephanie Moore of Moore Design Group wins for The Marquis on McKinney, Dallas, Texas.”
Apartment Professional, May/June 2004
“Moore Design Group, headed by Stephanie Moore, won a Pillar of the Industry award from the National Association of Homebuilders and a DesignOvation 2004 first-place award for the interior design of the Marquis on McKinney, a high-rise apartment building in Dallas.
Dallas Morning News, May 30, 2004
“The excitement and appeal of an urban mixed-use neighborhood influence design trends in multifamily housing, with the ultimate goal of enhancing attractiveness to new occupants and increasing retention of exiting ones.”
Multifamily Trends, Spring 2004
"Trends in Mixed-Use Multifamily Design"
By Stephanie Moore
“The lobby (of Bristol on Union) mimics a boutique hotel. Memphis is an ‘edgy’ town and Moore wanted to reflect that in the décor for the public rooms, which include four Andy Warhol-inspired commissioned paintings.”
Memphis Commercial Appeal, March 13, 2004.
"Multifamily developers can pay more attention to the weapon of design in their battle to attract renters who might otherwise become homeowners."
Multifamily Executive, April, 2004.
"Inside Scoop, Eight Ways to Work
Your Interior Construction Dollar To Death,”
by Stephanie Moore.
“Apartments in the six-story building will have an urban feel, with stained concrete floors and city views that designer Stephanie Moore said will make even New Yorkers feel at home in downtown Austin.”
Austin American-Statesman, February 12, 2004.
”At Marquis on McKinney, Moore combined 19th century artifacts, commissioned artwork and custom-designed furniture. The diverse style is top of the line.”
Dallas Business Journal, August 8, 2003.