This website features projects from various architecture, urban design, and preservation firms I have worked for as well as academic projects from Columbia University and Tulane University. The work is collaborative in nature with many images created by the joint efforts, skills, and rigor of a team.

 
 

Nicholas Gervasi, AIA is a licensed architect, writer, preservationist, and educator. He is a Project Architect/Head Researcher at Terreform ONE and Teaching Assistant to Yehuda Safran at the Pratt Institute Department of Architecture. In 2014, through a grant from the Columbia University Department of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology, he investigated microalgae as a source for wastewater treatment and biofuel production as a Visiting Climate Researcher at the Climate Impacts Group under Dr. Cynthia Rosenzweig at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies. His writings have been published in the Charrette, Clogde-arq: Revista de Architectura, Int|AR, Infection, Journal des Rêves, and TRANS-Media.

He earned an M.S. in Historic Preservation at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation; M.Arch and B.Arch at Tulane University. He is licensed in the State of Ohio, LEED AP BD+C, and WELL AP.