Joel Setzer AIA
Joel Setzer joined Process Architecture in January 2018. Joel’s work experience includes projects in workplace, higher education, retail, and healthcare. His designs have received the Award of Merit at the local level by the American Institute of Architects. Joel is team focused and believes that the best design solutions are not singular, but come from the distillation of various approaches learned from clients, builders, and engineers.
In addition to his work at Process, Joel’s passion for learning lead him to teaching design as an adjuct professor at the University of Central Florida School of Architecture and Valencia College School of Architecture.
Setzer received his Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Central Florida in 2012 and a Master of Architecture from the University of Florida in 2014.
Nicole Popovich joined Process Architecture in February 2017. Nicole’s work experience includes higher education, corporate master planning, residential, small scale commercial, sports & entertainment. Her designs have been recognized at the local, state and national level and is the recipient of Honorable Mention Awards from the American Institute of Architects. She was recently awarded the AIA Henry Adams Medal and an Honorable Mention from Arquine International Architecture Competition. From which the work went on to be featured in several international exhibitions and publications – including AIA Annual Emerging Professionals Exhibition, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and International Union of Architects World Congress Exhibition.
In addition to her work at Process Architecture, Nicole has also served as an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Valencia College as well as a Graduate Teaching Associate at the University of Florida School of Architecture. Nicole has been an invited guest critic at the University of Central Florida School of Architecture and the University of Florida School of Architecture.
Jameson joined Process Architecture in the Summer of 2017. With a focus on design and detail, Jameson has work experience including civic centers, higher education, federal healthcare master planning, and sustainability focused projects in the energy sector. Jameson believes that architecture is the most poetic measure of time and as a result should be a carefully choreographed response to context, landscape and building use.
In addition to work at Process, Jameson is also an adjunct professor of architecture at Valencia College and has been an invited guest critic at the University of Central Florida School of Architecture and the University of Florida School of Architecture.
Personal architectural interests include the digital production of parametric forms and manufacturing of objects produced using these methods. The investigative marriage between poetic and pragmatic language during this process lends itself to a scale-less and scalable exploration of space.
Deighan received his Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Central Florida in 2012 and a Master of Architecture from the University of Florida in 2014.