BFA (Manitoba), MFA (Montreal), MArch (Toronto), MAS Candidate (Zürich)
Nicholas Steven Hoban is a designer and fabricator based in Toronto. As the Coordinator of John H. Daniels Digital Fabrication Lab, Nicholas oversees faculty fabrication research projects and the operational oversight of the digital fabrication facilities. He teaches digital fabrication methodologies and software to the Daniels master students.
Nicholas received his Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours from University of Manitoba in 2005, his Master of Fine Arts from Concordia University in 2008, and his Master of Architecture from University of Toronto in 2012. He also has a MAS in Architecture and Digital Fabrication from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich.
Nicholas has worked as an architectural designer for offices in Toronto, Zürich and the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. His specialization and expertise is in the field of digital fabrication, computational design models and design to fabrication production workflow.