Victoria Moore is the President
of Moore 2 Design, LLC - a woman-owned, WBE-certified, architecture
and interior design firm.
Victoria has worked with Jon Moore
for 18 years, during which time she has been blessed to learn
directly from one of the most talented and creative architects
and interior designers in the country.
As she worked with Jon, Victoria
found that her true talents lay in color theory and coordination.
We know that color effects us physically, emotionally, and culturally
and is further impacted by trends and fads. Victoria works with
churches to determine the proper color schemes and finishes
throughout their facility.
Color immediately affects mood
and energy levels. However, unlike many other "mood enhancers",
color doesn't add inches to your waistline. Victoria likes the
strategic use of color via paint as a simple way to enhance
environments without breaking the bank.
Does your church want to worship
in a comfortable and relaxing setting, or do you need your congregation
to get excited and "on fire" for the Lord? Color matters! Take
the color blue, for example. In church history, it can symbolize
the night sky in which the star appeared, or the waters of Genesis
1, signifying the beginning of a new creation.
In Color theory, blue is considered
the most accepted of all colors; our culture recognizes blue
as calm, restful and reliable; however we also associate it
with depression (ever get the "blues"). Not only does color
matter, the correct shades are essential as well. If you'd like
to know more about how colors effect us, give Victoria a call
- she loves a good "colorful" conversation!
Victoria's early career focused
on marketing, graphic design and communications. This early
education gives Victoria a competitive edge in working with
clients. She has a talent for listening to clients and understanding
their needs, and translating those needs into creative design
solutions. Victoria is artistic, yet practical in her selection
of finishes, and is incredibly resourceful in solutions to design
problems. She is proficient in the selection of furniture and
production of furniture specifications and budgets. She manages
M2D's resource library with virtually thousands of materials
and creative products, including rapidly renewing materials,
products with high recycled content and materials with low volatile
organic compound (VOC's).
Victoria's knowledge of graphic
design and high-tech computer skills allow her to render virtual
images to help our clients visualize 3-D spaces. She is also
an advanced user of 2008 AutoCad and 3-D Studio Max, which allows
her full control of interior spaces.