Nicholas Calcott was born in 1983 in Midland, MI. He received his BFA from NYU in 2005. He lives and works between New York City and Paris. Calcott combines editorial and fine art photography to explore the themes of place and history. His work is notable for its visual fluency and references to to technology and biology, and particularly their echoes in contemporary cityscapes.

A Bibliophile Couple’s Brooklyn Apartment Finds a Smart Storage Solution for More Than 1,000 Books
Design-build firm Spot Lab reimagine an old 980-square-foot corner unit with birch-plywood built-ins for the family’s home...
A Couple Takes an Unassuming Plot of Land and Calls it Home
After a long day at the office together, this pair relaxes in upstate New York.
Ruché Sofa
On a walk through Ligne Roset’s factory near Lyon, France, we track the multitude of steps, hands, and hours required to craft...


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