Eric Moser


Moser Design Group, Inc.
MoserDesignGroup.com

17 Market No. 2
Beaufort, SC 29906
843-379-5630


Eric-Moser

Eric Moser, President of Moser Design Group, Inc. (MDG), along with a dedicated staff of professionals has built a reputation over the last 20 years as Designers of fine custom residential architecture. In 1999, Eric Moser, and architect Don O'Connor, a long term associate, established a new architectural firm, OCM Architecture, Inc., sharing the belief that architecture must be reflective of each client's lifestyle, intuitive to purpose, and appropriate to place. As a member of the New Urban Guild and the Congress for New Urbanism, Eric, and MDG dedicate their work to the planning and architectural fulfillment of New Urbanist and Traditional Neighborhood communities. MDG and OCM's involvement with New Urbanism began in 1992 with the pioneering neighborhood of Newpoint, in Beaufort, SC. Since then, they have been involved with many TNDs throughout the region, including Eric's home village of Habersham, I'ON, Lost Rabbit, East Beach, and Vermillion; providing building types ranging from 600 square foot bungalows, to manor houses, to town center civic buildings. Eric is a frequent consultant for Duany Plater-Zyberk (DPZ) and The New Urban Guild. He often participates in architectural charrettes for new and old towns, hamlets, and neighborhoods; collaborating to plan, analyze and reintroduce the historic local and regional building patterns that made most old towns so successful. Over time, this broad array of experience has allowed the team at MDG and OCM to refine the craft of place-making. Much of their work has been published in a variety of magazines including: "Southern Accents," "Architecture," "Southern Living," "The Wall Street Journal," and "America's 100 Best Places to Retire," to name a few. In 2000 MDG was one of 25 architects and designers selected to be featured in, bestselling author, Sarah Susanka's book "Creating the Not So Big House". In 2002 MDG designed the "Coastal Living Magazine" Cottage of the Year, which was featured in the September/October issue.

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