Geoffrey Mouen Architects
950 Celebration Boulevard, Suite G
Celebration, FL 34747
Geoffrey has worked with some of the worlds foremost design organizations over the past 15 years. He was Town Architect for Walt Disney's world-renowned development of Celebration, Florida. He participated in the planning and designs of Celebration and in the production and writing of the Celebration Community Pattern Book. His contributions at Celebration, including the streamlining of the review process, innovative design solutions to builders and architects, and building strong relationships with the community, are considered valuable by the residents, builders and by Disney's Celebration Company alike. Geoffrey has also designed several custom Celebration homes, community Centers, Montessori school, commercial office building, and a terrace home condominium complex in Celebration.
Previously, Geoffrey worked at the internationally renowned firm of Robert A.M. Stern Architects, New York City. He helped to design numerous world-class projects including the Master Plan for Celebration, the US Embassy Annex in Budapest, Hungary, the Disney Animation building in Burbank California, and the Newport Bay Club Hotel at Euro Disney. As an Associate of the firm, he served as Chief Architect in charge of several projects, including Aspen Highlands Village (a $130-million full-service ski village in Aspen, Colorado), a botanical research facility at Acadia University, Nova Scotia, and several high-end residences. He also assisted in creating design guidelines for office buildings in Battery Park City, NYC, facilitated the installation of 120 CAD stations, authored the firms CAD Standards, and trained many architects to be efficient and skilled designers and draftsmen.
Prior to his engagement at Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Geoffrey collaborated on the restoration of the New York Municipal Arts Society offices at the Villard Houses, NYC, as well as on the documentation of several historical structures in Savannah, Georgia for the National Trust for Historic Preservation. He has lectured on architecture, planning, and sustainable communities at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Plattsburgh State University, and for community groups nationwide. He graduated cum laude in 1989 with a Masters degree in Architecture from the Savannah College of Art and Design. He served as founding president of the Savannah chapter of the American Institute of Architect Students, and in 1986 received the "Outstanding Achievement in Architecture" award for excellence in academia and design.
Geoffrey is currently president of a well established professional practice, concentrating on traditional architecture and town planning. He is currently a consultant to the Town of Jupiter, Florida and actively working on multiple phases of Baldwin Park a traditional neighborhood development in Orlando, Florida. In addition to his planning role in Baldwin Park He has detailed the Baldwin Park Pattern Book, designed three Community Centers one of which won the prestigious Palladio Award and recently completed a Builder Magazine Showcase Home built for the 2005 International Builders show. Geoffrey is a member of the American Institute of Architects. He is NCARB certified and a professional member of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America and the Congress for the New Urbanism.