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A vision for living,

shaped by light and landscape.


NFA’s projects are site-specific, taking into account view planes, natural light, and surrounding landscape. We work closely with clients to design buildings that suit their needs and incorporate their lifestyle.

Our focus is on both traditional custom site-builds as well as custom prefabs through our partner company East Coast Modern.  

Nicholas Fudge

Principal Architect

Nicholas employs a regionalist approach to design, focusing on a seamless integration of building and landscape.  He believes that good modern architecture should coexist in harmony with its environment.


In addition to being principal at Nicholas Fudge Architects, he is also co-founder and partner in East Coast Modern, which specializes in architecturally designed prefab dwellings.

Lydia Billingsley

Operations Director

Lydia has long been an admirer of modern architecture and thoughtful design. A former lawyer, she now runs the show at NFA as well as their partner company, East Coast Modern.

Elijah Lukac



Elijah is an architect who brings a broad perspective from working and studying internationally. He sees design as a tool to empower people’s lifestyles and strengthen our connection to the environment. He is passionate about using intelligent modern design to contribute to a sustainable and inspiring built environment.

Connor Clark

Intern Architect


Trained as both a technologist and architect, Connor’s extensive professional experience enables him to enhance architectural solutions at all scales, from composition to the smallest detail. Connor has worked on various project types across Canada, originally educated in his hometown of Hamilton and more recently in Halifax.

Ross Manubay

Intern Architect


Ross is an Intern Architect who completed his Masters of Architecture at Dalhousie University. With past creative experience in Graphic Design and Art at NSCAD, he sees architecture as an experiential use of space and aims to blend traditional elements with modern design.

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