Nathan Fash is a registered architect and a registered construction supervisor with over a decade of experience in academic, commercial, residential, and historical contexts.
He holds a Master in Architecture degree with Distinction from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and was awarded the Henry Adams Medal. His background in fine arts led him to a hands-on, detail oriented, and process driven approach to design thinking and making.
Since the fall of 2015, he has been Assistant Professor of Architecture at Roger Williams University, where he teaches courses on construction technology and graduate level design studios. He is a native speaker of Spanish and fluent in Italian, and has worked in Italy, Honduras, and Turkey.