Nick Haus Heywood

Nick Heywood is a designer, educator and writer. He supports graduate student writing during the thesis cycle in Interior Architecture and teaches art and design courses at the University of Rhode Island. His writing focuses on the preservation of threatened historic sites and proposed public policy, with an emphasis on the relationship between sustainable practice and historic preservation. In fall 2016, he added a decorative arts shop to his studio in Warren, RI.

Fall 2021

INTAR-2381-01 Human Factors: Ergonomics and Acoustics
INTAR-2381-02 Human Factors: Ergonomics and Acoustics
INTAR-2397-01 Design Thesis Prep
INTAR-23JR-01 Intro To Interior Studies III

Spring 2022

INTAR-2353-01 Spatial Perception: Light & Color
INTAR-2353-02 Spatial Perception: Light & Color
INTAR-2398-01 Design Thesis
INTAR-2398-02 Design Thesis
INTAR-2398-03 Design Thesis
INTAR-2398-04 Design Thesis
INTAR-2398-05 Design Thesis
  • BFA, Rhode Island School of Design
  • MIA, Rhode Island School of Design