Glen Nicholson

Glen Nicholson

Intern Architect

Glen brings to DSRA his passion for architectural representation and his interest in the production of evocative architectural visualizations. As an Intern Architect, he continues to gain experience in all building types, honing his skills in project management and administration. Prior to his time at DSRA, Glen interned at Fowler Bauld & Mitchell.

During his studies, Glen became interested in architectural responses to landscape and retreat. He was awarded the Rosetti Scholarship to pursue these interests and study the mountain top monasteries of the Meteora, Kalambaka, Greece. In 2013 he was also awarded the SSEF Steel Award by the Canadian Steel Association, to explore issues of retreat, landscape, and steel construction within his master's thesis, which investigated creative campus design on the former site of Radio Canada International Shortwave Radio Station in Sackville, NB.

Glen is the drummer of Halifax’s Juno-nominated band In-Flight Safety.