Michael Abel is a founding partner of ANY and the Chief Design Officer at Homer in New York City. At Homer, he helped start the company with artist Frank Ocean, leading  the design of all collections, advertisements, branding, physical locations, merchandising, packaging, and collaborations with Prada. Working at MOS architects for 5 years, he led the design and construction of projects focusing in residential, housing, exhibitions, publications, and cultural institutions. He holds a Masters of Architecture from University of Toronto, is a graham foundation recipient which funded a publication he co-edited with Mina Hanna titled Copies in an age of Network Culture. He has lectured at Princeton University and Cooper Union.

Nile Greenberg is a founding partner of ANY, a New York City based office that synthesizes structure, materials, culture, organizations and media as architecture projects. He is the architecture editor for New York Arts magazine The Brooklyn Rail and has taught as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia University GSAPP. He has presented this work at ETH Zurich, Cornell University, Spazio Maiocchi, the AIA Center for Architecture, University of Melbourne, The Cooper Union and The University of Colorado. ANY was honored as New Practices New York 2020-2023  by the AIANY. He co-authored the book The Advanced School of Collective Feeling, published by Park Books, on the relationship between physical culture and housing in the 1920s. He curated the exhibition Two Sides of the Border, inaugurated at the Yale School of Architecture Gallery and edited the synonymous book for Lars Muller. Nile holds a Masters of Architecture from Columbia University and worked at MOS Architects, SO – IL, and Leong Leong.

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