NC-Office – a firm founded by the College of Architecture + The Arts’ Nikolay Nedev (Department of Architecture Instructor and First-Year Design Coordinator), Peter Nedev, Cristina Canton, and Elizabeth Cardona – has been ranked the 10th best architecture firm in the nation by Architect Magazine in the category of Sustainability. Among the firms listed in the magazine’s top 50 are EYP Architecture & Engineering, Gensler, HOK, and Perkins+Will.
“We feel quite honored to be a part – and towards the top – of such an elite group,” said Nikolay Nedev.
NC-Office is a firm that works in fields such as master planning, landscape design, and commercial and residential architecture, among others. NC-Office has produced winning urban design proposals for Somerville, Massachusetts (Edge as Center-Boston Society of Architects) and Biscayne Bay in Miami (Build in the Bay), and its work has been exhibited in New York, Boston, and Stockholm. Several projects have also been published in various architectural journals and newspapers, including Archivos de Arquitectura Antillana, Azure, Florida InsideOut, The Miami Herald, and The Boston Globe. NC-office received an award for ‘Excellence in Interior Design’ from the Miami Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for the Cafe Bustelo project in Miami Beach. Other awards include a citation for “Innovation and Technology” from the Boston Society of Architects for a short film featuring the ‘Third Avenue Commons” residential project in Miami. Most recently, NC-Office received an honorable mention for their entry in the Dawntown Seaplane competition.