M. Arch, University of Pennsylvania; BA University of Michigan
Julie Torres Moskovitz, AIA, LEED AP, CPHC/CPHT is founding principal of Fete Nature Architecture, PLLC. What drives her design practice is to engage in the world collaborating for thoughtful spaces and sustainability for all.
She received her Master of Architecture (2000) at University of Pennsylvania and a BA at the University of Michigan in African Studies and French (1993). Her education has continued with on-going training in Passive House since 2010 including a certification training in Dublin, Ireland as a Passive House tradesman specializing in the building envelope.
At University of Pennsylvania Masters of Architecture Program, Julie received several awards including an AIA Medal and National AIA Scholarship, Gutman Scholarship, Mario Romanach Award, T-Square Club Award and the Dales Traveling fellowship. She was also awarded the Alice Paul Award for campus leadership for her work in planning 2 symposiums (Urbanism at the Margins: Women in Design and Re-Possessing Urban Space).
Julie is a registered architect in New York State, New Jersey, and is NCARB certified, a LEED accredited professional, and a Certified Passive House Consultant and Certified Passive House Tradesman (Building Envelope). WBE paperwork is in progress for FNA.
Julie instructs a combination of Architecture Design Studios and Environmental Technology courses at Syracuse University, Parsons, and Pratt Institute. She has also taught as a thesis advisor at RISD.