Nick Hodges is an associate and architect at FCBStudios.
Nick champions sustainable design and living across the practice and has delivered a number of environmentally innovative projects, including achieving BREEAM Outstanding at the Hive and his current project, Croft Gardens, residential accommodation for students and fellows of King's College Cambridge, designed to Passivhaus standards. He is a certified Passivhaus Designer.
He was lead envelope architect for The Hive, Worcester and for MMU Student’s Union and project architect for Roehampton University Library. He was closely involved in The Richmond Building, and Senate House, both retrofit projects of 1970s buildings for the University of Bristol, Bennets Courtyard Housing, London, Longwell Green Leisure Centre and the new common room for Kellogg College, Oxford – the University’s first Passivhaus certified building. He is experienced in construction detailing and project delivery and has an expertise in materiality and tectonics.