Nick Meehan is a New York City based designer interested in an architecture of the public. Nick’s research revolves around the relationships between historicity, materiality, and organizational models. He is completing his Post-Professional Masters of Architecture at the Princeton School of Architecture where he is completing his thesis on the intersection of historic preservation and community-based development. He has a Bachelors of Architecture from Rhode Island School of Design where he received the undergraduate thesis prize. He has worked under the offices of DVLPR, Sub, Kashef Chowdury, and Carlos J. Soto. He has exhibited work at MoMA, ICA at VCU, China Academy of Fine Arts, Site Gallery, published articles with Log, and worked as a Fellow at Arts, Letters & Numbers.