About Douglas Moyer, Architect

For more than two decades, Douglas Moyer has contributed to the fabric of the Hamptons community through his architectural practice, Douglas Moyer Architect. Whether residential, commercial or cultural, DMA approaches projects with a combination of detailed, meticulous methodology and a thoughtful, client-centered point of view.

DMA manages complex projects with ease. They have a deep reservoir of experience with the various East End Village and Town Codes, Architectural Review Boards, Planning and Zoning Boards, Building Departments, and their approval processes. DMA respects the care involved with Historic Preservation work and understands the requirements of updating a historically designated structure.

Because of their breadth of experience, DMA has been trusted with some of the area’s most visible and significant projects, such as the Amagansett Square retail complex, Parrish Art Museum, and the Animal Rescue Fund. As an Owners’ Representative, the office has worked on the renovations of Guild Hall.

For residential clients, DMA’s artful interpretation of the traditional shingle style so prevalent in the Hamptons is combined with a sensitivity to the ever-evolving needs of modern family living and ensures the translation of your dreams into your perfect home. DMA has a particular creative ability to blend the often historic architecture of the past with the conveniences of modern life.

The office also offers full site design and landscape design for your project. For commercial clients, DMA brings a wealth of experience to the table. The practice has designed retail interior renovations, restaurants and commercial kitchens, an art school with studios, a photography lab and auditorium, theatre and multi-purpose space systems. The practice is well versed in the special requirements and permitting for particularly complex commercial work.

Douglas and his associates first listen to your needs and preferences, then interpret them aesthetically and develop a program for your project. We welcome the chance to discuss your dream home or business project.

Licensed in New York State and Hawaii


  • 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