Nick Roseboro is a designer, musician, and co-founder of research and design agency Architensions. The studio works at the intersection of theory and practice focusing on architecture as a network condition in continuous dialogue with the political and social context that aims to create new possibilities for contemporary living. Roseboro’s interests include redefining design and research practice through curatorial, pedagogical, and cross-disciplinary exploration toward new creative and cultural production at multiple scales.
Along with practice, he has taught at Barnard and has been a guest critic at various schools. Roseboro holds a Master of Science in Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices in Architecture (CCCP) at Columbia GSAPP, where his thesis focused on tensions between labor and leisure in the post-World War II period. Recent projects included the Common Visions Festival in San Ferdinando (RC), Italy 2023, large-scale installation The Playground, Coachella 2022, and Decolonizing Suburbia exhibited at the Center for Architecture.