FR-EE

15 W 27th St 11 floor New York, NY 10001 Stati Uniti
Gral. Francisco Ramírez 4 Ampliación Daniel Garza, Daniel Garza al Poniente Miguel Hidalgo 11840 Ciudad de México, CDMX Messico

FR-EE is a global architecture and industrial design firm founded by Fernando Romero with offices in New York (industrial design only) and Mexico City (architecture and design)

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. Over the past 15 years, FR-EE has realized and proposed projects in a number of countries that encompass different programs and contexts, from museums and office buildings to dense urban centers and the desert.

Fernando Romero, Hon. FAIA is recognized as one of the leading architects of his generation. He was named a Global Leader of Tomorrow at the World Economic Forum in 2002, one of the 50 Most Influential Designers by Fast Company in 2012 and became an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in 2013. His many accolades include the Bauhaus Award and the ‘Best of the Best’ Red Dot Award

ARTICLES

The iconic Soumaya Museum and its gleaming steel tiles

The iconic Soumaya Museum and its gleaming steel tiles

The iconic architecture of Museo Soumaya in the heart of Mexico City is a real catalyst for urban and community regeneration, which attracted more than 1 million visitors in the first year after opening thanks to its permanent and temporary exhibitions at all scales

Cultural Center in Mexico

Continuous domes and vaults for a cultural center. Reminiscent of historic architecture in Oaxaca

The Fr-EE studio in the Mexican capital of Oaxaca designs a cultural center in which domes and continuous vaults are used to commemorate a place of meeting and recreation, as well as to enhance the cultural identity of the State

Latin American Art Museum Miami Project Terraces

A Museum for Latin American Art in Miami. Social meeting point through Architecture

In the Architectural Exhibition of Miami, characterized by the presence of a large Latin American community, the desire was expressed to create a museum dedicated to the art of this people, a project carried out by the Fr-ee Studio, which will be located in a new urban complex.

Burning Man 2020

Circular temple for the Burning Man. Wooden trusses and rings that filter the light

For the Burning Man 2020, the FR-EE Studio has designed a wooden temple, inspired by the ancient Greek word "holon", which means everything and part of everything. The project is illustrated in an ellipsoid that houses a smaller version of itself that serves as an altar