Nicholas Fudge was born and raised on the east coast and is a licensed architect in Nova Scotia. He attended St. Francis Xavier University for his undergraduate degree and obtained his Masters in Architecture from Dalhousie University. Before starting his own practice in 2013, Nicholas gained valuable work experience with Behnisch Architects in Los Angeles and local firm Mackay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects. 

Nicholas is passionate about modern prefab. In addition to being principal at Nicholas Fudge Architects, he is also co-founder and partner in Atlantic Canada's premiere prefab design company, East Coast Modern, which specializes in modern prefabricated structures. Nicholas’ design studio is one of East Coast Modern’s first prototypes, the ModPod. ECM has since designed and built several different ModPods and ModHaus' for a variety of clients and uses.

Nicholas' projects range from backyard garden saunas, to custom residential and commercial projects. He works closely with clients to design buildings that suit their needs and incorporate their lifestyle. His designs are site-specific, taking into account views, light, landscape, and the surrounding context. He is a firm believer that good design and sustainable building strategies are not mutually exclusive.