The Charles Moore Foundation is dedicated to the appreciation of the whole physical domain—architecture, landscape, the environment, cities, streets, homes, and neighborhoods.
The foundation's programs, publications, and projects are guided by the values central to the late Charles Moore's thinking, and the conviction that "good places matter."
The foundation's home is the Moore/Andersson Compound in Austin, Texas. The last home and studio occupied by Moore, it is an architectural work of international significance. The foundation is dedicated to preserving the structures, landscape, and Charles Moore's outstanding collection of folk art.
The foundation also assists in the care and preservation of Moore's architectural library and archives in collaboration with the University of Texas at Austin's Alexander Architectural Archive.