Licensed in Florida #97249 and Alabama #7445
Like many others born and raised in Flagler Beach, Sean swore that he'd never return upon graduating from Flagler Palm Coast High School in 2001. He is an alumnus of both Florida State University and Auburn University, where he earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree. Over the years, through extensive travel and a broadened experience, Sean came to understand just how special Flagler County really is. His passion for this place led him to move back home from Birmingham, Alabama, to open Palmer Studio Architecture & Interiors in 2014. His commitment to Flagler is made evident through his work in the non-profit community, namely as a director for Flagler Habitat for Humanity and as treasurer/director for the Rotary Club of Flagler Beach. Sean's approach to design is heavily influenced by his time at Auburn University and its culture steeped in Sambo Mockbee's belief that "everyone, rich or poor, deserves a shelter for the soul."
At an early age, Brice had grown up playing in the woods, as one young man should. As time passed, he started to admire more and more the surrounding context of nature and its relationship with the built environment. As well as developing a fond relationship with music, product design, and woodworking. Naturally, he left home to go study Architecture at the University of Florida. After graduating in 2013, Brice moved home to work for Joseph Pozzuoli Architect. After a year at JPA, Brice was looking forward to moving to a major city with hopes of landing an internship at a large firm. Before he made this leap, Sean contacted Brice to see if he was interested in working at Palmer Studio Architecture & Interiors. After committing, Brice saw the great projects and people Palmer Studio was cultivating. He also experienced, firsthand, the value of investing in one's hometown and culture.
Kouki Mojadidi is a US licensed Architect and an alumna of The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. Practicing architecture for 17 years, every project for Kouki implements the highest standards in creative thinking that is essential for implementing socially conscious projects in areas of conflict, natural disaster, and reconstruction. She has successfully led complex design projects through all phases of development, from concept to implementation to create an inclusive architectural practice aiming to bridge implementing partners and builders with the community. For Kouki, socially conscious design is taking architecture beyond objectification; recognizing architecture to be more than a static physical reality. She implements projects that not only strive for exceptional design and construction but also endeavors to strengthen the weakened threads of architectural practice pivotal to the fabric of society.