Founded by principals Brian Stackable & Wade Squiers in 2009, Stackable + Squiers main office is located in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, just a few miles from the picturesque and ground breaking New Urbanist Town of Seaside.
Stackable + Squiers has designed properties along the 30A communities of WaterColor, WaterSound, WaterSound Beach and West Beach. Situated on the pristine Emerald Coast of Northwest Florida, these communities exemplify the best in unique coastal living and distinct architectural design. We are excited at the opportunity to further the design excellence known in this unique area.
Since its inception, Stackable + Squiers has endeavored to combine truly unique architectural design solutions with outstanding personal service. We honor the belief that our relationship with the client brings about special insight into each project, leading to better, more thoughtful design. We do not subscribe to a singular aesthetic style, preferring instead to allow the evolutionary design process to uncover disparate clues and directions that inform our decisions. Thus every project develops its own distinct personality.
The St. Joe Company
The Ford Plantation
WaterSound Beach, FL
Rosemary Beach, FL
Palmetto Bluff, SC
The Ford Plantation, Richmond Hill, GA
| Wade R. Squiers, AIA
Wade studied architecture at Iowa State University, receiving his bachelors degree in 1988. He worked for two years at Frey Baldwin Clause Architects in Des Moines, after which he attended Clemson University, earning his Masters Degree in Architecture in 1992. During his stint at Clemson, Wade spent a semester studying at the Charles E. Daniel Center for Urban Studies in Genoa, Italy.
Wade spent the next 17 years working in Atlanta for some of the most prestigious firms in the country. Much of that time was with Smallwood Reynolds Stewart Stewart & Associates as project architect within their hospitality division where he was involved with various Ritz Carlton and Four Seasons Resorts located throughout the world.
Brian studied at the university of North Carolina at Charlotte, receiving his Bachelors of Architecture degree in 1988. He then worked for several years prior to attending the University of Michigan for his Masters, which he received in 1993. Brian was senior project manager for Rockwell Group in New York, designing numerous award winning restaurants for renowned chefs such as Todd English and Emeril Lagasse. Prior to forming Stackable + Squiers, Brian was director of design and planning for the St. Joe Company, working on leading New Urbanist communities such as Watercolor, Watersound West Beach and Windmark Beach.