Nicholas Wan joined the firm in 2012, and became an Associate in 2018. He has considerable skills in designing and producing sophisticate presentation materials using state of the art 3D and 2D software, and in all aspects of detailing and construction of complex restoration and renovation projects. He has been a member of the project team for New York City Public School 56X, University of Chicago Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, the renovation and adaptive reuse of three historic townhouses for Friends Seminary independent school in New York, and he is leading the team in the development of New York City Public School 46 in Queens.
Nick holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Temple University Tyler School of Art, where he was the winner of the Faculty Thesis Award, Alumni Thesis Award, and DaVinci Thesis Prize. His work has been exhibited at Philadelphia's Center for Architecture and he was a presenter at the 19th Temple Undergraduate Research Forum. Nick is a licensed architect in New York.