Nick Nepveux

Nick Nepveux

Lawrence, KS, US



I'm a candidate for a PhD in architecture from the University of Kansas. My dissertation is looking into the experiences of Studio 804 (design-build) participants and the meaning they assign to the experience before, during and after school and throughout their careers. I teach foundational design studios for Architecture and Architectural Engineering and love every minute of it. I have an interest in everyday architecture, the image of the architect throughout history. I have been a TA for seminars on design thinking in practice and the future of practice.



University of Kansas School of Architecture, Planning, Design, Lawrence, KS, US, Design Studio Instructor - GTA

I teach first year foundational studios and a summer sketching studio. I have experience teaching a third year hands-on studio and have been a TA for seminar courses on Design Thinking in Practice and the Future of Practice.

Aug 2008 - current

DWL Architects + Planners, Inc., Phoenix, AZ, US, Job Captain

Aug 2005 - Jul 2008

Selser Schaefer Architects, Tulsa, OK, US, Intern

May 2004 - Aug 2004


The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, US, PhD, MA in Architecture - PhD in Architecture

Aug 2008 - current

Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, US, BArch, Architecture

Also received a minor in architectural history.

Aug 1999 - May 2005


'09 ARCC King Student Medal for Excellence in Architectural & Environmental Design Research, Award


Van Alen Institute - Parachute Pavilion Competition ‘05 – Entry Published in, Coney Island: The Parachute Pavilion Competition, edited by Zoe Ryan and Jonathan Cohen-Litant, pg 64, Other


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