Nicholas Walker Moore

Alumnus 2013/14
Curator 2014/15
Water Scarcity
Nicholas Moore is trained as an architect, an architectural historian, and a builder. He is currently a research coordinator and faculty tutor at the Strelka Instutute. A member of the class of 2014 at Strelka, he focused on the yards of Moscow's apartment buildings, and produced a "Theory of the Domestic Exterior." Before achieving his Master of Architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design, he worked in the masonry construction industry as a project manager, working on new construction as well as the preservation of historic buildings. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University, where he concentrated in Comparative Literature in French and Spanish as well as the History of Architecture. Currently, he is researching the relationship between sports and architecture, the Volga River as built environment, and the architectural potential of new institutions.
Bachelor of Arts
brown university
Comparative Literature / History of Architecture
Master of Architecture
rhode island school of design
strelka institute
Future Urbanism
Work Experience
Lead Contractor
water valley, mississippi
Preservation / Reconstruction
risd / bac
History of Architecture / Design Studios
architecture & its history
fine dining
le derive
language: english / french / spanish / russian
project management: design / graphics / construction