NAME

(and other titles)

 

Nicholas A. de Monchaux

Assistant Professor of Architecture

TEACHING AREA

 

Studio Design, Ecology & Technology

EDUCATION

 

1999, M.Arch

1995, B.A.(Hons)

Princeton University

Yale University

 

TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 

Assistant Professor, Studio Design & Ecology/Technology

Visiting Lecturer, Studio Design

2001 – present

2000 ­– 2001

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Diller + Scofidio, New York USA

Micheal Hopkins & Partners, London UK

Davis Brody • Tibbalds Monro, London UK

Antonio di Mambro & Associates, Boston, MA USA

1998-2000

1996-1997

1995 –1996

1993, 1994

 

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS

 

UIA International Design Competition, “Architecture and Water,” Highest Award, Region III (North and South America).

Finalist, Pamphlet Architecture Competition

The John Dinkeloo Memorial Fellowship of the Van Alen Institute and the American Academy in Rome, 2000

Alpha Rho Chi Medal, Princeton University School of Architecture

William H.C. Butler Memorial Travel Fellowship, Princeton University School of Architecture

Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni Travel Award

Distinction in the Architecture Major, Yale University

2002

 

 

2002

2000

 

1999

 

1998

 

1998

1995

 

PUBLICATIONS (Recent/selected)

 

Spacesuit: 21 Essays on Technology, Complexity and Design (New York: Copernicus Books, in progress). Author and Designer.

Strategy and Space, Boston Consulting Group Strategy Institute, Co-Editor

 

Forthcoming

 

 

Forthcoming

RESEARCH & CREATIVE WORK

(Recent/selected)

 

Visiting Scholar, Santa Fe Institute

Suite 106 gallery (interior&online) Mercer St. Manhattan

UIA International Design Competition, “Architecture and Water,” (see honors, above)

Pamphlet Architecture “a typology of the temporary” (see honors, above)

Suite 106 gallery (interior) w. 76th street Manhattan

Online and graphic identity, pamphlet architecure competition

Online and graphic identity, Princeton Architectural Press

2002--

2002

2001

 

2001

 

2001

2000

2001-2002

 

MEMBERSHIP

Society of Fellows, American Academy in Rome