Nicole M. Doan

is a Seattle-based marketing coordinator and designer whose work primarily focuses on the application of humor, play, and color in architecture. She aspires to explore different ways in which architecture tools and methods can be applied to everyday objects and experiences.



‘The Taste of Labor and Love,’ Lunchbox Moments, June 2021
Portraits of Home, May 2021
‘Return to Work: Face to Face’, June 2020
Wasteland, June 2019
Yale Paprika! Volume 04 Issues 09–17, January–May 2019
‘Quick Trips Through the Multiverse,’ Yale Paprika!, April 2019
Not Your Average Seat, December 2018
‘Illusion, Deception’ Issue, Yale Paprika!, November 2018
Retrospecta 41, August 2018
‘Now You See Me, Now You Don’t,’ Yale Paprika!, August 2018
‘Sue Me, I’m an ‘Architect,’’ Yale Paprika!, February 2018
My Los Angeles, June 2017


Jim Vlock First Year Building Project
, ArchDaily, December 2018
‘All Hail the Strip Mall,’ Burrasca Issue No. 3, November 2015
‘Cal Poly Pomona Architecture Students Notch Landmark Victory,’ July 2015