TEN Arquitectos/Enrique NortenPrinceton Architectural Press
This bilingual monograph celebrates the thirtieth anniversary of TEN Arquitectos, a widely influential, international practice led by its charismatic and award-winning founder Enrique Norten. Seventeen of the firm’s recently completed works are generously documented and organized via three lines of investigation: architecture as public space, architecture as infrastructure, and architecture as territory. A prologue by Enrique Norten addresses the firm’s work, process, and philosophy. Two dialogues and two essays further the inquiry into the practice and position it in local and international contexts.