Nicolas Carmona Guzman is a Chilean-American designer currently based in Massachusetts. Beginning in the summer of 2021, Nico has been working part-time for FNA.
He is pursuing his M.Arch II from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and received his B.Arch from Syracuse University. He was a recipient of the Brooklyn Arts Council Arts Fund Grant in 2020 for a public installation project with Geraldine Vargas titled “Dumb Pebbles: The Rock Show.” His work has been exhibited at the NOMA Diversity in Design Exhibition, 2019; and the Shenzhen Hong Kong Bi-City Architecture and Urbanism Biennale, 2017. Prior to his graduate studies, Nicolas worked for Cheung Showman Architects in DUMBO, Brooklyn.