Adjunct Assistant Professor of the Practice
Nicholas Rolinski operates Broad Street Studio, Inc. in Holland, Michigan, where he consults in the areas of residential design, sacred architecture, historic preservation, and town planning. In focusing on these areas, Nick's work aims to promote the stewardship and development of buildings and places which are timeless, human scale, and lovable.
In keeping with a core tradition found within the professions of architecture and urban design, Nick operates Broad Street as a "teaching practice", committed to client and community education during the design process, while also working with students and colleagues in academic settings.
Nick holds B.M.E. and M.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Dayton, and a M.Arch from the University of Notre Dame. Additionally, he frequently serves as an Adjunct Instructor and Academic Advisor at Hope College, teaching courses which range from First Year Seminar to Senior Engineering Design.
Nick serves on the City of Holland Historic District Commission and the Holland Museum Board of Trustees. He lives in Holland with his wife and three children.Back to Top