B.Arch, Syracuse University
Nicole Dosso, FAIA, Architect and Educator, joins the School of Architecture as a Part-Time Instructor. At Syracuse University, Dosso will be teaching ARC621 Building Systems Design 1.
Nicole is a gifted practitioner who has spent her 25-year career working in New York City on complex projects demanding a high level of team coordination and collaboration that characterize her career as an architect and her portfolio of work. Projects include: 7 World Trade Center, One World Trade Center, Baccarat Hotel & Residencies, Manhattan West Master Plan + Commercial & Residential Towers and 35 Hudson Yards.
As Vice President of Design & Construction at Vornado Realty Trust, Nicole is involved in several projects in New York City’s Penn Station District, set to be the epicenter of New York City. Projects include the adaptive reuse of the civic Farley Post Office designed by McKim, Mead and White. The building is being transformed into the Moynihan Train Hall and 740,000 sf of commercial office space. The Penn Station District also includes repositioning the existing Penn 1 and Penn 2 buildings into a connected campus which will incorporate a new entry plaza for Madison Square Garden, Amtrak and LIRR into Penn Station.
Nicole is currently a member of the School of Architecture Advisory Board at Syracuse University, New York State Board for Architecture and is serving as Vice President of the Board of Directors for Professional Women in Construction.
In 2012, Nicole was honored in the “40 Under Forty” issue of Crain’s New York Business and received an AIA Presidential Citation for contributions at the World Trade Center site. In January 2016, for recognition of her notable contributions to the advancement of the profession of architecture, Nicole was elevated to The College of Fellows of The American Institute of Architects.
Dosso earned her Bachelor of Architecture in 1996 from Syracuse University.