Nicholas Socrates was born and raised in Jersey, Channel Islands.
Nick is an accomplished urban designer with distinguished qualifications in architecture and urban design. He has worked on a wide range of ground breaking international and UK projects of high-profile masterplaning and regeneration schemes.
He holds an MA Distinction in Urban Design from the University of Barcelona. An MArch (Part 2) Distinction in Architecture from Technical University (TU) Delft and Bristol UWE. A BA (Hons) (Part 1) in Architecture from London Metropolitan University. He also hold a first class BA (Hons) in Fine Art Painting from the University of Brighton.
His slum regeneration masterplan in Agra, India was shortlisted and highly commended for AECOM’s international SOS Urban Frontiers competition in 2012. And his designs for Rotterdam’s Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen’s New Art Gallery and Depository were shortlisted for Architizer’s A+Awards in 2013.
His work has been exhibited at the Vienna Art Fair, the Innsbruck Contemporary Art Fair, the Puerto Rico Art Fair, Jersey’s International Airport, Westminster’s European Commissions Representation, and in London, Bristol, New York, Paris and Berlin, amongst others.