Eric Nulman is an architect and educator in Los Angeles. His design research agenda is focused on the use of material effects to generate affective environments; and recently, on the use of filter membranes to produce colored temporal light-scapes. His pedagogy has been nationally recognized for the utilization of full-scale prototypes to promote and cultivate design concepts emphasizing materiality, surface, and atmospheric effects. Prior to teaching, Nulman practiced architecture in Los Angeles, London and Paris at several design offices including Morphosis, Grimshaw, and Ateliers Jean Nouvel. He now leads the office END, whose work questions and exploits the domain of architecture.
Eric Nulman worked in the Irving Fine studio.
Youngstown Studio was given to MacDowell by friends of Miss Myra McKeown in Youngstown, OH, where she promoted both art and music. It was renamed Irving Fine Studio in 1972 in honor of Irving Fine, a distinguished composer, conductor, and teacher who was a MacDowell Fellow during the 1940s and 1950s. The simple interior of the studio…