Glenn Koslowsky  Photographer | Designer  gkoslowsky@nichollfielddesign.com

Glenn Koslowsky
Photographer | Designer
gkoslowsky@nichollfielddesign.com

Glenn Koslowsky became a member of the NiFi Design team when the transition to their new office was made. He serves as the Design and Photography directoy.

Before working for Nicholl Field Design, Mr. Koslowsky had worked for several Artists and Organizations, and Research Associates (HERA).

Education:

•    B.A. in Visual Arts; Rutgers University

Professional Registrations:

 
Scott Nicholl  RA | Partner  snicholl@nichollfielddesign.com

Scott Nicholl
RA | Partner
snicholl@nichollfielddesign.com

Mr. Nicholl is currently acting as lead designer on a 10,000 sf office design for Rutgers University, a new Market at “The Yard” in New Brunswick for Developer Devco, a lobby security upgrade and renovation at the Middlesex Administration Building, in addition to other Restaurant Designs and Residential Projects after Founding NFD with Partner Kevin Field in 2015.

He has recently served as Project Manager and Project Architect for two new Urban Pre-Kindergarten Schools in the Bronx for the School Construction Authority of NYC at Massa Multimedia Architecture. 
He was responsible for the design and management of these +30,000 sf renovations. Other notable projects at MMA include renovations at the Academy Charter High School and design of the Middlessex County Planning and Construction Offices. 

Immediately after graduating from NJIT with a Master’s in Architecture, Mr. Nicholl was employed with a small architecture firm and was assembly team leader on a prefabricated house that was presented at the Home Delivery Show at New York’s Museum of Modern Art with Partner Kevin Field. 

After returning to New Jersey, Scott successfully acted as Project Manager and Project Architect for FMG Architects and Farewell Architects LLC of Princeton, NJ for eight years before joining MMA Architects. During his tenure in Princeton, Mr. Nicholl led the design and construction of a 32,000 sf Theological Seminary including it’s entire campus of offices, classrooms, social spaces and areas of worship, a 30,000 sf Performance Center at Rutgers University with dance studios, a double-height choral hall and individual and group practice rooms and a 10,000 sf Dining Hall Addition and Club Renovation for Princeton University as an Associate Designer. In addition to the work above, Mr. Nicholl has served vital roles on the design teams  of a Net-Zero Charter School and the Renovations of a National Park. 

Scott Prides himself in creating a collaborative office environment with the help of strong, talented fellow designers and experienced consultants.