Nicholas is an award winning architect and has over 18 years’ experience in the architectural industry. He is also a registered architect with the NSW board of architects.
Nicholas joined Warren and Mahoney’s Sydney studio as Principal in 2016, bringing with him significant experience in multi-residential, commercial, civic and mixed-use projects. He has participated in many design competitions, and has a strong strategic and planning sensibility.
With degrees in both architecture and engineering, Nicholas is in a unique position to understand the foundations of good building design. His work provides an innovative approach to problem solving and tests whether this best interprets the client’s brief and simultaneously provides the best solution for the site and its surrounding context. He looks at each project’s unique constraints, challenges and most importantly, opportunities, which results in individualised solutions that are site specific.
He believes that architecture can have a profound impact on our lives, and should not only shape our space physically and socially, but should also touch us personally. “In an age of disposable consumerism, architecture has the potential to create equilibrium and be the constant, but in order to do this we must design environments that have purpose, and that last.”
Nicholas has developed strong client relationships throughout his career and is one of the key driving forces for Warren and Mahoney’s expansion into Australia. Some of his pivotal projects include the 260m tower proposal at 505 George St Sydney, 77 Market St proposal in Sydney, the 4000 seat multi-use entertainment centre and harbour side building at the Sydney Star casino, and the highly publicised Macquarie Bank building on Kings Street Wharf.