Since his childhood in Argentina, Nicholas Ravazzani has dreamed of being an architect. Recently, he made significant steps toward reaching this goal. Taking on a summer internship at Rafael Vinoly Architects, Nicholas Ravazzani is learning from one of the most prestigious architects in New York City.

In addition to his architecture-related aspirations, Nicholas Ravazzani is a skilled basketball player. Standing at an impressive 6’6” and still growing, his talents have caught the attention of many universities across the nation, who are actively recruiting him. Nicholas Ravazzani’s athletic skill was also evident earlier in life, when he played soccer for the prominent Club Atlético River Plate School in Buenos Aires.

From his childhood in Argentina to the present day, Nicholas Ravazzani has been dedicated to helping those in need. Ravazzani has participated in charity functions for Reaching U, an organization that builds schools and provides shelter for the battered women and children of Uruguay. Nicholas Ravazzani’s father is a Board Member at Reaching U, and Nicholas Ravazzani follows in his father’s footsteps. However, he also supports other charities on his own. In Argentina, Nicholas Ravazzani helped collect Christmas presents and provided meals for impoverished children in Buenos Aires. In the United States, Nicholas Ravazzani donated to the Bronx Zoo to provide better enclosures and quality of life for the animals. He has also donated to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and he ran in a midnight run to support the homeless.


Basketball, Mathematics, Theater,

Work History

Work History
Jun 2011 - Present

Architect Intern

Rafael Vinoly


2011 - Present