Nile Greenberg

NILE is an architecture studio founded with the belief that modernism is a starting point for design. It’s a good thing that those antiquated lessons about structure, utility and beauty are still pretty useful. Since we’ve all agreed to live together, we might as well live in utopias, oases and other beautiful and clear constructions.

Before founding NILE, Nile Greenberg worked at MOS Architects, SO – IL, and Leong Leong in New York and Los Angeles. His past experience focused on cultural and residential architecture including the LA LGBT Center in Los Angeles and the UC Davis Museum of Art in Davis, California. He holds a master’s degree in architecture from Columbia University.

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