This week, BD’s architecture critic Ike Ijeh reviewed Moor Courts, our recently completed housing project for retirement living specialists PegasusLife.
“Moor Courts provides as eloquent an expression as any of an architecture conceived with the idea of community at its heart,” Ijeh writes.
“Like all the best urban architecture, this is a building experienced in fragments rather than a whole. And what better way to celebrate community than by having a building whose diverse pattern of responses mimics the variety and parallel personalities from which all our communities are formed.”
(Moor Courts is the original name for our project, Moor’s Nook. The name has changed since this article was published.)