About Douglas Moyer, Architect

For more than two decades, since 1996, Douglas Moyer has contributed to the fabric of the Hamptons community through his Architectural practice. Whether residential, commercial or cultural, his approach to projects combines a detailed, meticulous methodology with a thoughtful, client-centered point of view.

Douglas is an Architect who handles complex projects with ease, has a depth of experience with the various Village and Town codes and approval processes in the Hamptons, and understands the requirements of Historic Preservation. Because of that fact, he has been trusted with some of the area’s most highly visible and significant projects, such as the Amagansett Square retail complex, East Hampton’s Guild Hall, and the Parrish Art Museum in Watermill.

For residential clients, Douglas’ humanistic point of view is an important ingredient in his success. His artful interpretation of the traditional shingle style so prevalent in the Hamptons, and his sensitivity to the ever-evolving needs of present day family life, make him a highly sought after professional in his field. Douglas has a particular creative ability to blend the old, often historic architecture of the past with the conveniences of modern day life. His clients benefit from his ability to interpret their dreams and turn them into reality, whether it is a new home, and addition or a renovation.

Douglas Moyer AIA is a registered Architect in New York State and in Hawaii.

Memberships & Positions

  • AIA, American Institute of Architects, since 2001
  • Past Director, for the Peconic Chapter on the AIA New York State Board of Directors,
    2013 & 2014
  • Past President, AIA Peconic Chapter of New York State, 2005

Early Experience:

  • Nagel & Lesser Architects of East Hampton
  • Peter Cook AIA Architect of Southampton


  • University of Pittsburgh Architectural Studies Program