With 34 years since its foundation by Enrique Norten (Ciudad de México, 1954) and more than 60 built works, TEN Arquitectos (Taller de Enrique Norten Arquitectos) has a portfolio that covers different kind of projects such as cultural, residential, hotels and infrastructure. With offices in México City, New York and Miami the design work is always made with a global perspective and an international sensibility.
This binational approach has attracted projects from different places of the world, including the Guggenheim Museum of Guadalajara, the New York Public Library, the National Theater School of México City and the Rutgers Business School in New Jersey.
A great sense of community from his native México is implicit in all Enrique Norten’s works. A strong connection with the place and people will always remain as base of every project, no matter its location or typology. TEN Arquitecto’s projects reunite the aesthetics with the common wealth: sustainable works that are socially, environmentally, politically and economically responsible.
This process-driven approach has resulted in countless awards, both nationally and internationally, which include: First Prize Mies van der Rohe of Latin American Architecture; state and national AIA Design Awards, Architectural Record, Architect Magazine, Architizer, biennials in México, Argentina and Ecuador; the Royal Institute of British Architects, among others.