StudioSky is a design partnership between Eric Moser, Julia Starr Sanford, and Steve Mouzon. Each of them also serve as board members of the non-profit Sky Institute + Foundation for the Future. The mission at StudioSky is to implement the ideals of the Sky Institute in real world settings.
The New Urban Guild
The New Urban Guild is a select group of the most talented traditional designers in the United States dedicated to promoting the creation of better places through traditional patterns and languages of architecture and urbanism.
A leader in the New Urbanist movement, Steve is an Architect and Director of the New Urban Guild, and principal of Mouzon Design in Miami, Florida. Steve is the founder of the Original Green movement and author of The Original Green
Founder and Principal of Moser Design Group based in Beaufort, SC. Eric is a member of the New Urban Guild and Congress for New Urbanism as well as frequent collaborator with other professionals to plan, analyze, and reintroduce historic local and regional building patterns in homes and communities.
Founding Principal of Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, co-founder of the Congress for New Urbanism, and leading international advocate of New Urbanism.
Founding Principal of Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, co-founder of the Congress for New Urbanism, and former Dean of the University of Miami School of Architecture.
Partner and Director of Town Planning at Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company in Miami, Galina is the Project Manager of Schooner Bay and Alys Beach, and serves as a board member of the Sky Institute + Foundation for the Future
Town Planner, Urban Designer, and Principal of Studio LFA based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Studio LFA is a boutique architectural and town planning practice focusing on the design of sustainable neighborhoods and buildings that challenge conventional development on a global scale.
President of Lindroth Development Company, Orjan is a Swedish-born and Nassau-based community developer. His projects such as Schooner Bay in The Bahamas emphasize sustainable architectural patterns as a means of addressing modern ecological challenges and preserving local cultural identities.
Freelance, professional photographer specializing in architectural and interiors photography based in Jacksonville Beach, Florida.
Jim’s original oils capture the essence and diversity of native southern land. The vivid pieces are inspired by adventures into southern backwater and references collected while investigating remote passages along the rivers of Florida and Georgia, their sources, and tributaries.
Thomas Hager is constantly pushing the boundaries of the photographic medium using historic processes, painting techniques, and the latest technology. With his visual explorations of time and beauty, he pays homage to art history while creating original photographic innovations featured in art galleries around the world.
Peyman Ata Abadi, AIA, NCARB
Peyman is devoted to creating well-detailed, simple, and elegant buildings. He is a licensed AIA/NCARB architect. Peyman is a graduate of Florida A & M University in Tallahassee with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Master of Architecture who has experience in residential, commercial, and agricultural projects in Northeast Florida.