C.M. (Cash) Moter IV

CashC.M. (Cash) Moter IV
Architect, Partner

Cash Moter has been a full-time member of the Joseph & Joseph team since June 2004.He has worked on a wide range of projects, including a 40,000-sq.-ft. health center, a 65,000-sq.-ft. distillery, an 83-unit urban loft apartment that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, post offices and office buildings. He was the lead architect on the Bardstown Bourbon Company Distillery, the Edison Center Office Building and a 15,000-sq.-ft. green roof for the Louisville Housing Authority. He served as project architect on the renovation of the Henry Clay Building and Angel’s Envy Distillery. He directs the firm’s sustainable architecture program as well as all 3D rendering and animation.

Registered Architect in the following states:
Kentucky, Indiana, Texas, Colorado and Washington, D.C.

Accreditations & Certifications
NCARB Certified
LEED Green Associate

Community Involvement
Cash was chosen by Business First as one of the “40 Under 40” 2011 honorees. In 2010 he was named a Louisville Connector by the Leadership Louisville Center. He managed Kentucky’s first Platinum LEED-certified Habitat for Humanity home, and he was profiled in Velocity’s “Generation Next” special feature as being among 10 area young professionals who are up-and-coming Louisvillians leading the community into the future.

  • Louisville Downtown Management District Board of Directors – 2015 President
  • Young Professionals Association of Louisville (YPAL) – 2009-2010 President
  • YPAL Cares – 2010-2011 President
  • Louisville Metro Habitat for Humanity, past member of the Board of Directors & Executive Committee
  • 2011 Bingham Fellows Class to create a sustainable infrastructure for the Louisville area

Professional Affiliations
Kentucky Society of Architects

Bachelor of Science in Design – 2002 – Clemson University
Master of Architecture – 2004 – University of Tennessee
Studied under Matthew Rice – 2001 – Charles E. Daniel Center, Genoa, Italy

Academic Experience
Green Urban Plan for Chattanooga, TN
Urban Rainwater Research at Green Vision Studio
3rd Edition of “Sun, Wind & Light” – a book about sustainable architecture strategies by Mark deKay and G.W. Brown
Author of “Towards an Architecture of Experience” (thesis)