Norman Foster + Fernando Romero Enterprise
300 West 57th Street, 26th Floor,
New York, NY 10019, USA
Fernando Romero Enterprise
15 W 27th St, 11 floor
New York, NY 10001, USA
Foster + Partners is a global studio for architecture, urbanism and design, all rooted in sustainability and founded by Norman Foster in 1967. Since then, he and the team around him have established an international practice with a worldwide reputation. With offices across the globe, we work as a single studio that is both ethnically and culturally diverse.
FR-EE is a global architecture and design practice focusing on the intersection of culture, development, and technology from offices in New York and México City.
An active agent in the reconfiguration of site and public space, FR-EE’s commitment to translating historic, social, economic, and environmental contexts into contemporary urban destinations has garnered critical attention and attracted millions of visitors, generating positive impact in cities and communities.
Converging organic and systematic design approaches, FR-EE’s projects address a wide range of public and private initiatives from community education to urban development.
FR-EE’s projects translate contemporary moments of society and culture into built form, achieving ground-breaking results through extensive technological advancements, thorough research, and implementation of green infrastructures.
The concept of translation embodies FR-EE’s mission and philosophy, using design to transform context, conditions, and moments into buildings and places with structured identities.
– Soumaya Museum, Mexico City, Mexico 2010
– Jinhua teahouse, Jinhua, China 2004
– Los Cabos Convention Center, Los Cabos Baja California, Mexico 2012
– Polanco Headquarters, Mexico City, Mexico 2017
– Soccer Villa, Toluca, Mexico 2010
Works in Progress
– Mexico City New International Airport, Mexico City, Mexico
– Hyperloop One, Mexico City-Guadalajara, Mexico
– Puerta Reforma Tower, Mexico City, Mexico
– Tulum Cultural Center, Tulum, Mexico
– Benetti Yacht
Project selected for Archmarathon: New international airport for Mexico City