Nikolay Nedev has taught at the Department of Architecture since 2005. He is currently the Lower Division Coordinator teaching Freshmen Design Studios and Materials and Methods of Construction. He is a founding principal of NC-office (architecture/urbanism) and a LEED accredited professional. He received a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Miami. Prior to founding NC-office, Nik practiced architecture in Miami with Albaisa Musumano Architects in collaboration with Office dA, with Roberto Behar and Rosario Marquardt, and in Boston with Machado Silvetti and Associates. His academic interests include the relationship between architecture and urbanism, as well as Typology and Design Methodology in the work of Le Corbusier. In 2013 he co-taught his seminar with Jose Oubrerie – one of the last members at Le Corbusier’s atelier. In addition he has served as the coordinator and curator for the FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios Architecture Gallery. Nikolay was born in Sofia, Bulgaria.