NILE is a modernist* design office. The office was started by Nile Greenberg. In 2021 the AIA New York recognized NILE as a winner of New Practices New York. The office recently completed a store for Homer in New York. The exhibition Two Sides of the Border, designed and curated for Tatiana Bilbao, inaugurated at the Yale School of Architecture Gallery and traveled to Aedes Berlin, El Paso Museum of Art and University of Arkansas. The forthcoming book, The Advanced School of Collective Feeling, will be published by Park Books in Spring 2023, co-authored with Matthew Kennedy. He edited the book Two Sides of the Border, published by Lars Müller Publishers. Nile sometimes teaches; he’s been Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia University GSAPP and has given lectures at Cornell University, University of Melbourne, The Cooper Union and University of Colorado. Before founding NILE, Nile Greenberg’s work focused on cultural, public and residential architecture such as the UC Davis Museum of Art, the LA LGBT Center in Los Angeles, and a social housing complex in Washington DC. Nile is a founding partner of ANY with Michael Abel. firstname.lastname@example.org
There was a time when the “flagship” was meant to be a promotion of the brand’s design values, offering cultural and public experiences that resembled museums and laboratories more than shopping malls. ANY’s design for the first permanent installation of the nomadic, radical art-gallery-fashion-store Café Forgot emphasizes the brand’s ethos: always different, always propelled by the energy of new designers and always resisting the conventions of what a store should be. The store’s design features a store-length wallpaper to showcase the store’s designers and a motorized merchandising display that changes at the click of a button, offering a different experience each visit...