Dorian Moore has been involved in a wide range of construction, architecture, and urban planning projects. Recently, Mr. Moore was among a select group of architects and planners invited to replan 11 cities along the Gulf Coast in Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina. He was also a member of an international team of architects and urban designers invited to develop a vision for the underutilized “portlands” in Toronto, Canada. Mr. Moore was a team member for the Detroit Land Use Master Plan Task Force.
Mr. Moore has taught architecture and urbanism at University of Detroit-Mercy, Lawrence Technological University, and Wayne State University. He has lectured in Canada and the United States and has been featured on local public affairs television programs discussing urban design issues. Mr. Moore has also spent time living and studying architecture and urbanism in over 175 cities worldwide.