Nash Waters is a co-founder and principal of Many One, a collaborative design studio that pursues synergistic endeavors. The studio draws on myriad experiences, resources, points of inspiration and expertise to direct each unique project in ways that allow a deeper understanding of the inherent potentials to engage climate, culture, and local contexts. Nash holds a Master of Architecture with Honors from Washington University in St. Louis. Nash is the recipient of the 2014 AIA Certificate of Merit and the 2014 Dean's Travel Grant. Nash is currently working on an installation, titled F e r n - i t u r e, for the upcoming Marfa Dialogues / St. Louis, a continuing examination of artistic practice, climate change science, and civic engagement. F e r n - i t u r e will be on exhibition at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts July 30 - August 3. The Pulitzer Arts Foundation, Ballroom Marfa and the Public Concern Foundation are bringing Marfa Dialogues to the St. Louis area to examine the ways in which art can serve as a catalyst for unexpected collaboration. This experiment is aligned with the Pulitzer's current exhibition, Art of Its Own Making, which features artists who examine materials, environment, and how generative elements impact the works of art they create.
Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO, US, MArch, Architecture
Dean's Travel Grant Recipient, Grant
Recipient of the Spring 2014 Dean's Travel Grant - New York, NY - Research for Graduate Thesis Project
AIA Certificate of Merit, Award
I-CARES Competition, 1st Place
International Center for Advanced Renewable Energy and Sustainability
Student Sustainability Fund, Grant