Nicholas Gervasi, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Nicholas Gervasi is a licensed architect, writer, preservationist, and educator. He is a Project
Architect/Head Researcher at Terreform ONE and Adjunct Assistant Professor at CUNY New
York City College of Technology. In 2014, through a grant from the Columbia University
Department of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology, he investigated microalgae as a
source for wastewater treatment and biofuel production as a Visiting Climate Researcher at
the Climate Impacts Group under Dr. Cynthia Rosenzweig at the NASA Goddard Institute for
Space Studies. His writings have been published in the Charrette, Clog, de-arq: Revista de
Architectura, Int|AR, Infection, Journal des Rêves, and TRANS-Media. He earned an M.S. in
Historic Preservation at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning &
Preservation; M.Arch and B.Arch at Tulane University. He is licensed in the State of Ohio, LEED
AP BD+C, and WELL AP.
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