My name is Nick Thorn. I am a licensed architect in Dallas, Texas. Over the course of my young career I have had the pleasure to work on a wide variety of projects across the country. I grew up in Dallas, Texas, went to school at Texas A&M University, lived in Iowa City, Iowa for a few years, and moved back to Dallas in 2013.
I am an architect for Malone Maxwell Borson Architects. We are an eleven person architectural firm in Dallas with a wide-ranging portfolio of custom residential, commercial, and corporate interiors projects.
My wife and I live in a quaint 1920s bungalow in the Hollywood Heights neighborhood of Dallas. While I miss living in a funky loft in an urban neighborhood, I really like having a little peace and quiet. Plus, the natural light in our little house is simply incredible. I drive a Volkswagen GTI and have been hooked on VWs since I owned my first one as a senior in college.
My sister is a lawyer and has moved to Florida. My parents are both retired engineers who still live in my childhood home here in Dallas. My wonderful wife is an assistant principal at a neighborhood elementary school.
I am a co-chair for the AIA Dallas Communities by Design committee, which is a committee that focuses on design related issues that impact our city; and the Young Professionals committee, which is a committee supporting the needs of unlicensed designers and licensed architects in Dallas.