FR·EE won the Jaguar International Arts Award
Fernando Romero is awarded for his career with the "Jaguar International of the Arts". Prize awarded to the most outstanding of the Fine Arts, ceremony that took place in the campus of the College of Architects of Mexico City.
FR·EE and Foster + Partners have won the first place at the AECExcellenceAwards in the Infrastructure category for NAICM
The documentation for the terminal building was similar in scale to an urban-planning exercise. The team created directly from the model more than 10,000 construction documents and 5,000 data sheets for each of the rooms in the buildings. One of the most ambitious projects of recent years, which has used BIM integration
SE77ANTASETTE, First Concept Yacht designed for Benetti x Fernando Romero

SE77ANTASETTE, the first concept yacht designed for Benetti by Fernando Romero, made its American debut today at the 2017 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Benetti CEO Vincenzo Poerio highlighted “the decidedly innovative essence of this project, born from a perfect union between the two different worlds of yachting and civil architecture…SE77ANTASETTE elevates yachting to a higher dimension than we have ever seen before, drawing on Romero’s skill and Benetti’s know-how”.

President of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto announces that the NAICM is under construction
During the Fifth Government Report, the president confirmed the construction and progress of the work for the New Mexico City International Airport.
Mexican Consortium led by Fernando Romero named winner of Hyperloop One Global Challenge

The FR-EE led Mexloop consortium has been named a winner of the Hyperloop One Global Challenge, besting thousands to become one of only ten proposals world-wide that were selected for development. FR-EE and Mexloop are partnering with Hyperloop One to develop a groundbreaking new transport system with state-of-the-art intermodal hubs and transit oriented development in central Mexico, transforming its economy, spurring innovation and development, and creating job opportunities for the new ‘Megalopolis’ that will be home to 60 million by 2050.

Fernando Romero is named one of Mexico's 300 leaders
Fernando Romero is named one of Mexico's 300 leaders, as he is currently building the new Mexico International Airport. FR is one of the leaders working in art and culture where personalities such as Eugenio Lopez and Alejandro Gonzáles Iñárritu stand out
Construction in record time
With an approximate 40% advance on the 7th floor, the construction of the School of Judges is expected to conclude earlier. For the first time a building will house a school that concentrates the formation for judges in Mexico City.
90% of Lago Zurich is complete
The housing building located a few steps from the Soumaya Museum is in its last phase. Interior details as well as service implementations will be completed in the coming weeks.
Excavation in Moliere and Cervantes has started
The foundation work will begin shortly for this mixed-use building located in the vicinity of the Polanco neighborhood, in Mexico City
President of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto joined Fernando Romero and Lord Norman Foster to review the construction progress on NAICM
Aerial View NAICM
This is how it looks the new terminal from above.
Judge School construction begins in the heart of #CDMX
Twelve levels and 39,000 m2 of construction with commercial / office program. 
FR-EE’s Border City was just named one of Fast Company’s 2017 World Changing Ideas!
Border City has been named a finalist in Fast Company’s 2017 World Changing Ideas awards for its creative problem solving and potential to change our world for the better. Fast Company recognizes projects that represent the best of social entrepreneurship, where innovation and impact are intersecting.

Soumaya awarded with Guiness World Record!
For the longest edition marathon in the world. 
FR-EE named finalist for Hyperloop One Global Challenge
A consortium led by Fernando Romero Enterprise (FR-EE) has been named finalist in the Hyperloop One Global Challenge, proposing a Hyperloop Corridor between Mexico City and Guadalajara. The team is one of 35 semifinalists out of over 2,600 registrants that entered the open competition, and the only corridor from Mexico and one of only two from Latin America to make the list.
FR-EE pen
FR-EE is collaborating with a renowned international luxury brand to design an iconic new writing instrumentA contemporary reinterpretation of the symbolic and representative elements of both companies, FR-EE’s concept seamlessly incorporates its componentry into a sleek and timeless design.
New NAICM Site Office

Mexico’s Secretary of Communications and Transportation, Grupo Aeroportuario Director Federico Patiño and Fernando Romero opened the Mexico City New International Airport site office, a 7,500 square meter facility that will host a project team of 250 people to oversee design, engineering and construction in situ for what will be the largest airport in the Western Hemisphere. Construction is scheduled to begin in early 2017.

FR-EE commissioned to design new sustainable community
A first of its kind in Mexico, FR-EE’s master plan for 7300 integrates pioneering smart city technology and sustainable urbanism. The concept prioritizes pedestrians while reducing the use of cars, creating a walkable, verdant community with a wide range of cultural and commercial amenities.
7 Million and counting…
Museo Soumaya, the most visited private collection in the world has reached an extraordinary 7 million visitors since opening in 2010, making it one of the world’s most popular cultural destinations.
Border City premiers at London Design Biennale

FR-EE is debuting a vision for a binational city on the US-Mexico border at the 2016 London Design Biennale. The concept is rooted in the long history of places where frontiers meet, cities where cultures both clash and blend. This integrated masterplan is conducive to both sides of the border, drawing upon industrial, employment and trade opportunities, and underpinned by sustainability principles. The urban prototype, with a hexagonal plan, might offer a new model for cities as populations grow, migration increases, and economies continue to globalize.

Museo Soumaya featured in fashion campaign

World-renowned designer Michael Kors featured Museo Soumaya in his 2016 “Sun Kissed” campaign, with the designer teasing “Curves ahead!” on Instagram to announce the location.


FR-EE Designing the most sustainable house

Villa E is a self-sustaining house designed as an holistic contemporary machine for living where the central space -living room- became the heart of the house. Using advances in product design to bring housing into a new hybridized realm, Villa E illustrates what a home can be from the ground up, bringing together the latest research, technology, and new standards of living into a masterfully crafted dwelling. Starting construction in 2017

Pedro Sarquís Merrewe Award

Fundación Pedro Sarquís Merrewe has recognized Fernando Romero for his contributions to the country via his outstanding work in the field of architecture. Fernando will receive the Foundation’s annual award at a ceremony in Guadalajara this summer.

FR-EE awarded Polanco residential commission, Arquimedes 7
Using cutting edge design technologies, FR-EE is designing a residential building as an iconic new address for Mexico City’s famous Polanco neighborhood, known for its cultural diversity and rich architectural heritage.
FR-EE + Wallpaper* Venice Architecture Biennale Party

Fernando Romero Enterprise (FR-EE) co-hosted a cocktail party with Wallpaper* magazine at the famed Bauer Palazzo. International influencers from the worlds of architecture, design, and art came together to celebrate the announcement of FR-EE’s Sustainable Villa model for the 21st century inhabitant, Villa E. Over the course of the evening guests had an opportunity to view the premier of a film exploring FR-EE’s House of the Future proposal and ogle a model of Villa E on display. 


Mexico City New International Airport (NAICM) Design Review in Venice

Fernando Romero and Lord Norman Foster met while attending the Venice Architecture Biennale this June for a progress review of their collaboration for the Mexico City New International Airport (NAICM).

Moroso Chaise longue

Fernando Romero met with the Moroso team for a design review of the 1:1 mockup of FR-EE’s proposal for a new chaise longue concept at Moroso’s production facility in Udine, Italy.

Museo del Mar

FR-EE’s Mexico City office is currently working on construction documents for a new museum that will anchor Mazatlan’s Cultural District and will celebrate the biodiversity of the country.

Mexico City New International Airport (NAICM) Site visit

On September 3, 2014, the start of Mexico’s most important infrastructure project in decades was announced: Mexico City’s New International Airport (NAICM). Since commencing the project 12 months ago, we’ve accomplished each of the critical goals established in the Project’s schedule, allowing work to begin on site this year to meet the objective of opening the New Airport on October 20, 2020.

Museo Soumaya most Instagrammed building in Mexico

The most Instagrammed building in Mexico!! 

- Forbes

Miami Museum Tower Finalist

FR-EE has been shortlisted for the final stage of a selection process to develop a high profile new mixed-used project at a prime downtown Miami site on Biscayne Boulevard.

Ciudad Juárez Convention Center

Aerial view of construction underway at FR-EE’s first commission in Ciudad Juárez, the new 25,000 m2 state-of-the-art Convention Center.

Reviewing Design for New International Airport for Mexico City
Together with our international partner, Lord Norman Foster, we have been working non-stop on the design of the New International Airport for Mexico City.
Exhibition “Camino Real” in Archivo
The most important architecture endeavour realised in the context of the Olympic Games of Mexico 1968 was the Hotel Camino Real, which brought together a number of artists. Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura opened today an exhibition about this masterpiece of Modern Mexican architecture.
Palmas 781 has begun
The excavation for the new building in Palmas 781 has begun. It will house retail stores and offices, as well as an underground parking place.
Children vote: 7 Wonders of Mexico City
The Mexican Department for Childhood (DIF) launched a contest for children: they will choose the 7 wonders of Mexico City. In the Museums category, we are proud to have the Soumaya Museum. Help your children vote!
Juárez Convention Center gets go-ahead
The City of Juárez has approved the design of a new convention center as part of FR-EE’s master plan to revitalize the US-Mexico border city, providing more than 270,000 ft² state-of-the-art space. The façade will be constructed of solar panels and generate enough power to operate year-round.
Presentation at RIBA
Fernando Romero had a public presentation in the Royal Institute of British Architects together with his partner Lord Norman Foster. 
The Economist Summit

The office in Mexico of The Economist organized the 2015 Mexico Summit and invited Fernando Romero as a key speaker on the New International Airport for Mexico City.


Monocle’s piece

Monocle 88 includes a piece about Fernando Romero, as one of the “right minds” or best practices on a global level.


New project in Chihuahua
The teaser campaign has begun in Chihuahua: Isaura is a mix use complex we are developing in Chihuahua. The advertising campaign will gain strength next year.
Mario Botta in Archivo

Today, Mario Botta opened the new exhibition on Italian design in Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura, the gallery and library specialized in design owned by Fernando Romero and his wife Soumaya Slim de Romero.

New headquarters at Bajio
We are proud for having set the first stone of the new headquarters of Caja Popular. The Mexican cooperative association is the largest of its kind in Latin America.
El Sol, a collaboration with Swarovski for Design Miami

As a homage to Buckminster Fuller, Fernando Romero developed El Sol, an spherical replica one billion times smaller of the sun built with Swarovski crystals. The piece will be shown at the firm’s pavilion at Design Miami.


We Presented Today the New Museum for Mazatlán
Among the local authorities, the local community and a massive presence of the press, today we presented the new museum for Mazatlán, which has been inspired by the pearl on its oyster.
The Secretary of Communications and Transport Visits FR-EE
Mr. Gerardo Ruiz Esparza, the current Federal Secretary of the Ministry of Communications and Transport, visited the FR-EE studio to discuss the design for the New Mexico City International Airport and tour an updated showroom exhibiting the project’s latest designs.
FR-EE Awarded as the International Leader of the Year 2015
We are proud to announce that the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain awarded today to FR-EE and our international partner for the airport project, Foster + Partners, the International Leader of the Year Award 2015 for the “outstanding achievements and contributions to the Mexico-UK business relationship”.
Atomic Energy Pavilion in Moscow’s VDNH
FR-EE has been shortlisted at the competition for designing the new Atomic Energy Pavilion in Moscow’s prestigious VDNH. The building  will be a crucial element for a better understanding of atomic energy among Russians and tourists, and a contribution for its pacific uses.
Museo Soumaya on Cover of New Assouline Book
“Portraits of the New Architecture 2,? a new book written by Paul Goldberger with photographs by Richard Schulman, features Museo Soumaya and Fernando Romero.
Fernando Romero Designs High Heels for United Nude
Fernando Romero was invited by Rem D. Koolhaas, founder of united nude, to design high heels, along other star architects, such as Zaha Hadid. Fifty pairs will be 3D-printed and presented in Milan later this year.
FR-EE Unveils Mixed-use Building in Miami
Commissioned by music producer Emilio Estefan, E.E. Miami will consist of 28 stories and provide a mixed variety of uses including retail, offices, residential, parking and amenities. The design celebrates two of Miami’s hallmarks: diversity and music.
LAAM: Latin American Art Museum Unveiled
FR-EE unveils the design of the new Latin American Art Museum (LAAM) in Miami.
FR-EE to Design Mexico City's New International Airport
FR-EE won the international competition to design the New International Airport for Mexico City. The 550,000 square meter (5,920,000 square foot) facility will be largest in the continent and the most sustainable airport in the world and the first one with a LEED certificate.
FR-EE Shortlisted for Residential Building in Manhattan
FR-EE has been invited to participate in a design competition for a new luxury building. Working with an interior design firm, an executive architect and other collaborators, FR-EE’s team will submit a final design presentation in September 2014.
Fernando Romero Meets Prince Charles
During the visit of His Highness Prince Charles to Mexico City in the context of the bilateral year Mexico-UK, Fernando Romero showed him the project of the New International Airport for Mexico City in the Presidential Palace.
Soumaya Receives Architizer A+ Honor

In April 2014, Museo Soumaya – FR-EE’s first museum project completed in 2011 – received its second consecutive Popular Choice Award from Architizer. The museum has welcomed more than 4 million visitors since its opening and remains open to the public year round.

FR-EE Completes Mexico City's First Aquarium
The +54,000 ft² aquarium features 48 different exhibitions and more than 5,000 species. Topped by an entry pavilion, four levels of aquatic life are stacked according to their natural habitats and ocean depths. Since opening in May 2014, it has received up to 10,000 visitors daily.
FR-EE Designing Latin America's Tallest Tower

Following an 8-year process, FR-EE has been hired to design a 280-meter, mixed-use tower in the heart of Mexico City. The seismically-secure tower will include offices, a luxury hotel and retail, and is expected to open in 2018. It will be Mexico’s first LEED Platinum high-rise.

ARCHIVO Unveils Design for New Building in Mexico City
The new home for Latin America’s first design collection, Archivo, has been designed by FR-EE in collaboration with Christian Zeller and Ingrid Moye.
FR-EE Exhibits at Mexican Museum of Modern Art

The most visited private event in the history of Mexico’s Museum of Modern Art showcased 16 designs by FR-EE, marking the launch of the studio’s latest publication. Watch the video. 

Fernando Romero at TEDX
Fernando Romero participated today at TEDx in Rome with the talk The Power of Architecture. 
Museo Soumaya Wins Architizer A+ Award

We are pleased to announce that the Museo Soumaya designed by FR-EE has won the popular vote for design in Architizer’s inaugural A+ awards, in the Cultural: Museums category.




700,000+ Pilgrims have Visited Plaza Mariana
The basilica area is the site of the Plaza Mariana project by FR-EE, a space to welcome pilgrims.
FR-EE at Guggenheim NY
FR-EE launched YOU ARE THE CONTEXT at The Guggenheim Museum in New York on 12.12.12 alongside architectural models of our most recent and outstanding projects. Watch the video.
Cervantes Tower near Completion

The construction of Cervantes Tower by FR-EE will be complete by the end of March 2013. The impressive building located in Polanco boasts 68 luxury apartments, wrapped inside a curved facade of crystal clear glass.




Serving the triple function of a corporation’s headquarters the Omnisphere is comprised of offices and hotel suites.
Free City at Criofestival, Brazil
FREE City will be presented at the 2nd Creativity World Biennale as part of the CRio Festival from 21 to 25 of November 2012.
Fast Co. Design Top 50 Design Pioneers: Fernando Romero
Fast Co. Design named FR-EE Founder Fernando Romero in their list of 50 People shaping the future of Design.
Miami Chapel
FR-EE’s proposal for a chapel in Miami places 27 advocations of Mary around Our Lady of Guadalupe’s figure, creating 27 small sanctuaries.
World Leaders at Los Cabos Convention Center
In June 2012, international representatives and foreign dignitaries arrived at the Convention Center designed by FR-EE for the seventh meeting of the G-20, the Mexico Summit.
Acapulco Rescue Initiative: Hotel Boca Chica
In late February 2012 members of the Mexican government and private investors set up the Acapulco Rescue Initiative. FR-EE was responsible for the restoration of the iconic Hotel Boca Chica.

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