ENORME Studio is an architecture and design office based in Madrid and led by Rocío Pina and Carmelo Rodríguez.
ENORME is best characterised by their radical approach to architecture, city and people. They design and build architecture projects based on industrial systems and typological innovation, as well as perform participation dynamics in the domain of city construction. Their aim is to foster alternative ways to examine urban issues and to motivate the creation of a proactive citizen culture.
They design and apply tactical urbanism tools that transfer teamwork strategies and collective thinking dynamics into public and private space design and management. ENORME’s aim is to give the city back to citizens as an emotional, plural and relational space.
They are authors of awarded projects such as Teruelzilla Leisure Center (Mies van der Rohe European Award’s selected and Building of the Year 2012. ICON AWARDS), Home Back Home (N.I.C.E. Award 2015. Solving the World’s Major Challenges), Urban SPA (Landmark of the Year. Next Landmark Awards) or From Olympic Games to urban Games (PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD. Sixtynine Seventy International Competition. Salt Lake City).
Their work has been exhibited at Mostra Internazionale di Architettura de La Biennale di Venezia, Bienal de Arquitectura y Urbanismo Española, MOMA Museum of Modern Art, Oslo Architecture Triennale “After Belonging”among others and their production has been published in the most important media including Domus, AV, The New York Times, The Guardian, Arquine or El Pais,