The Discovery Channel   Better Homes & Gardens
        Colorado Homes & Lifestyles
                                        The Rocky Mountain News
Published Work
Joseph’s work was published twice in this volume, where his decorated custom shelf appeared on the cover . The first was the monthly featured story of an entire home he designed, (bedroom on right), the other was his sun room for the Symphony Show Home .
        A contemporary
        media room
        featured in the
        annual issue of
        this publication
Gazebo,fountain and deck design: Rocky Mountain News 6/24/06
The Crew at the Cabin
Above is a room design concept drawing by Joseph Moore  and completed in tandem with Tony Torres Interiors . Published in Colorado Homes & Lifestyles magazine in 2002.
Colorado Homes & Lifestyles, “Restored Dignity” article and photo, pp 75, June 1997.

Colorado Homes & Lifestyles, “Squared Away - a downtown Denver condo pays tribute to symmetry and sequence”   Cover Photo, feature article & six photos, pp 60-64, June 1998.

Colorado Homes & Lifestyles, “The French Consulate -- morning room” article and photo,  pp 105, June 1998.

Colorado Homes & Lifestyles, “The Schomp Mansion Carriage House” centerfold photo, pp 108  & 109, May 2002.

Fine Homebuilding. “Finishing Touches -- entertainment centers” photo, pp 117,   Summer 2003.

Better Homes and Gardens, Special Interest Publications, Window and Wall Ideas,“Past Meets Present”  article and photo, pp56-59, Summer 2003.

The Discovery Channel, Lynette Jennings Show, “Lafayette Residence” featuring custom Shojis, Summer 2000.

The Rocky Mountain News, HOME FRONT, Spotlight section, “Ahhh-inspiring --Natural wonders grow on homeowners” article and photo, pp 1E, May 20, 2006.

The Rocky Mountain News. HOME FRONT, Spotlight section, “Backyard Bliss -- Two Denver homeowners turn urban  spaces into cool urban          oasis” pp 1E, June 24, 2006.

Bath and tile plan design: Rocky Mt. News   5/20/06
Below is one of Joseph’s first published works, from a show home-- a completely new built-in desk and shelving unit, that all visitors thought was there for 100 years! It fit in so well that many thought that all he designed was the placement of accessories! 1997