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TEN Arquitectos, Mexico : Taller de Enrique Norten
Contemporary Mexican Architecture Practice – Taller de Enrique Norten
TEN Arquitectos – Key Projects
Key Buildings by Taller de Enrique Norten Arquitectos, chronological:
National School of Theatre, Mexico City, Mexico
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Visual & Performance Art Library, Brooklyn, New York, USA
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Harlem Park, New York, USA
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Educare Sports Facilities, Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico
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Hotel Habita, Polanco, Mexico City
Date built: 2000
TEN Arquitectos : Mexican Architecture Exhibition – Enrique Norten
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New York City Projects, USA
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TEN Arquitectos Mexico – Practice Information
TEN Arquitectos : Mexican Architects
JOHN NEWCOMB NAMED AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
New York, NY January 24, 2008 – Due to the firm’s increased recognition and growth, TEN Arquitectos is pleased to announce that John Newcomb has joined the firm as Chief Executive Officer. John joins this architecture practice after 20 years as a partner at the Mexico City office of KMD Architects, where his leadership was responsible for growing that office to one of the most important architectural firms in Mexico and the Latin American region.
His particular knowledge and understanding of the field in the United States, Mexico and Latin America, in addition to his design and management skills, make John uniquely qualified to lead the international practice. Originally founded in Mexico City in 1986, the firm reached international stature in 2001 when it opened its New York City office. Since then, this architecture office has grown to over 80 members working on a diverse array of award winning and acclaimed architectural projects.
Newcomb is an active member of the Urban Land Institute, serving as Chair of the Mexico District Council from 2005 to 2007, and is a frequent lecturer at universities and real estate development conferences in Mexico and Latin America, as well as serving as juror for important architectural competitions. John was born in Spokane, Washington and has a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in New Orleans. He resides in Mexico City with his wife, Gissele Preciado, an architect from Colombia, and their two young children. His daughter from a previous marriage lives in New York City.
About TEN Arquitectos
TEN Arquitectos (Taller de Enrique Norten) is dedicated to the creation and investigation of architecture and design.’ Current projects include the Guggenheim Museum [Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico]; Brisas W [Acapulco, Guerrero. Mexico]; the Museum of Art at Festival Park [Fayetteville, NC]; a new vision for Rutgers University’s College Avenue Campus [New Brunswick, NJ]; a plan for the recovery of a 4.5-mile stretch of the New Orleans Riverfront [New Orleans, LA]; and a master plan and aquarium in Xochimilco [Mexico City].
Construction is underway for the Chopo Museum [Mexico City]; the National Laboratory of Genomics [Irapuato, Guanajuato, Mexico]; Parques Polanco Residential Building [Mexico City]; Americas 1905 Office Building [Guadalajara, Jalisco]; 1 York Tribeca Residential Building [New York, NY]; and Cassa at 45th Street Mixed Use Building [New York, NY].
Amongst TEN Arquitectos’ most recognized projects are the National School of Theater at the National Center of the Arts, Mexico City; Televisa Mixed Use Building, Mexico City [1st Prize ‘Mies Van Der Rohe Pavilion’ of Latin American Architecture, Barcelona, Spain, 1998]; and Hotel HABITA, Mexico City [‘Latin American Building of the Year’ World Architecture Awards / RIBA, London 2002; Business Week / Architectural Record Awards and AIA NY Chapter Award 2003].
TEN Arquitectos has participated in several international exhibitions such as”Old City – New Architecture’ at the XI St. Petersburg World Economic Forum in St. Petersburg, Russia; ‘La Rue Est A Nous Tous’ at the Val de Seine National School of Architecture in Paris, France; ‘The Guggenheim Architecture’ in Bonn, Germany, 2006; and the Venice Biennial in 1996, 2002, 2004, and 2006.
The work of TEN Arquitectos has been widely recognized and published both nationally and internationally. Among its most significant monographs are: Working: 20 Projects in Process published by the Monacelli Press in 2007; Enrique Norten: Temas y Variaciones by Landucci Editores in 2004 (reprinted in 2005); and TEN Arquitectos, by the Monacelli Press in New York in 1998 (reprinted in 2002).
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