Architecture is the thoughtful making of space.
Built with premium finishes, our superior design, modular construction technology and elite craftsmanship results in top quality modular homes. Built by traditional craftsmen and women, delivered to your site.
CO-FOUNDER + PRINCIPAL ARCHITECT
Nicholas believes that good modernist architecture can coexist in harmony with traditional buildings. This vision and approach are reflected throughout the entire portfolio of products at East Coast Modern. All of East Coast Modern’s designs are created by Nicholas Fudge Architects.
Steve is a passionate fan of modern architecture and has been interested in trying to find avenues to make modern architecture more accessible to the mainstream market. He believes in bringing modern design to clients through prefab building processes at prices that are competitive with traditional building practices.
OWNER LLOYOLL BUILT
Jonathan is one of the most innovative builders in Eastern Canada. He brings a unique problem solving approach to building that allows us to push the limits of what is possible. His vision and approach has enabled him to create the most capable prefab factory in Nova Scotia where his team hand crafts every one of our projects.
Lydia has long been an admirer of modern architecture and thoughtful design. A former lawyer, she now works behind the scenes at East Coast Modern as well as our partner company, Nicholas Fudge Architects.
Elijah is an intern 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 believes modern design should be more accessible to all and is passionate about using prefab techniques to bring about a future where high quality, inspiring homes are as economically feasible and environmentally sustainable as possible.
Originally from St. John’s, Newfoundland, Evan developed a keen interest in modern residential design during his studies at Dalhousie University’s school of Architecture. Drawn to East Coast Modern’s unique modular approach to construction, he works to combine his passion of modern architecture with progressive building techniques.