Visiting Assistant Professor - Architecture
Nimet Anwar, RA, is an Adjunct Lecturer at Tulane School of Architecture, and co-founder of NO OFFICE, an architecture, design, and research practice. She has previously worked at Studio Gang Architects in Chicago where she contributed to a variety of projects across the country.
Nimet has exhibited work and won awards around the country and globe.
Over the last couple of years she has exhibited drawings at a83 Gallery in New York City and installed a temporary pavilion at Space p11 in Chicago. Awards include an honorable mention for the Burnham Prize Competition: Burnham 20/20, a finalist proposal for the 8x8x300 Competition, and a project that was shortlisted for the 2021 Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism.
Nimet holds a Master of Architecture from Rice University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from the University of Texas at Arlington. While attending Rice University, she received the H. Russell Pitman Graduate Fellowship in Architecture to travel throughout South Africa to research open-pit mines and their adaptive reuse. She has previously taught design studios and design communication courses at the University of Texas at Arlington, and continues to be engaged with the school.