About the Architect

Kouki Mojadidi is a licensed International 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. 


One hour hang out, one on one, or one on two, whatever the number. - chit chat, cheese, and popcorn hangout…  to get to the well constructed vision of your life reflected in your home no matter where you live or what size apartment.  You can have an amazing home anywhere, magnum possibilities with creative collaborative thinking; calling upon home angels in your four corners…. Let's design the space together. 

No. No. No. Norman

“There will always be rocks in the road ahead of us. They will be stumbling blocks or stepping stones; it all depends on how you use them.” - Nietzsche

The man, whom has ridden the contemporary pulse of architecture, has endeavored to propose a project under the name of humanity.  Norman Foster has proposed a drone airport to bring supplies to remote areas of Africa lacking basic roads and infrastructure. 

Stop. Rewind. Play.

It’s been close to 15 years since American military forces, in 2001, attacked Afghan soil in a war to remove the Taliban from political control in Afghanistan. The United States Government fought to gain control over the Afghan Government and appealed to the interests of several prominent Afghan tribal leaders in an attempt to establish a new Afghan Government. 

Coming up for air

My head has been buried in the field of a war torn country for the past 4 - 1/2 years.  I was an architect working within a developing NGO community in Kabul, Afghanistan.  At the beginning, I arrived as an Architect that felt trapped in the life surrounded by a world-wide sea of creative-smart individuals absorbed and defined by a capitalistic“ show us what your made of ” market.