Harry Nuriev founded Crosby Studios, interior architecture and furniture design firm launched in Moscow in 2014. After opening a second branch in New York in July 2017, The New York Times Style Magazine heralded Nuriev as a pioneering voice in global minimalism, citing the distinctive influence of Russian craft and architecture on his designs. Across a variety of specializations ranging from architecture to interior design and designed objects, Nuriev uses minimalism as a philosophical framework, combining geometric primaries with crisp logic, creating invigorating and exuberant interiors that serve as guides for much broader ideas about how we live and work.
Crosby Studios’ architectural practice spans a broad range of typologies, including graphic design, office environments, boutique restaurants, public spaces, and private residences, often through the lens of Scandinavian and Japanese minimalism. Their furniture is available at Patrick Parrish (New York), Not So General (Los Angeles), 4510/SIX (Miami), and Opening Ceremony (New York). In December of 2017, Nuriev launched his artistic career with a conceptual sculptural installation at Design Miami. He has since held his first solo exhibition in Dallas Contemporary museum, joined forces with Rem Koolhaas's world-renowned architecture firm OMA, collaborated with artist Liam Gillick for Sight Unseen OFFSITE, and crafted a limited-edition home goods collection and pop-up installation for Opening Ceremony this past spring.
Artists presented at Cosmoscow 2019: Harry Nuriev.