Enric Ruiz Geli 2011

cloud9 / Founder

born Figueres, 1968
· Architect by Barcelona School of Architecture (ETSAB, UPC)
· Founder, Principal Architect and Director of Cloud 9 studio in Barcelona since 1997
· Working with Jeremy Rifkin on GGG, Global Green Growth and co-Chairman of the Third Industrial Revolution
Architects Roundtable committee with Jeremy Rifkin, since 2007
· Master Tutor at Diploma Unit 18, Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA), London, teaching and
researching about architecture with Pilot Projects in Global Warming Scenarios since 2010:
· Science Advisory Committee of TECNALIA member since 2011
· HP Experts Committee member since 2012
· Director of Self Sufficient Buildings Studio at Institute for Advanced Architecture (IAAC), Barcelona, since 2012
· Enric Ruiz-Geli performs lectures and maintains collaboration with a map of Labs as Angewandte, Architectural
Association School of Architecture, UCLA, Pasadena Art Center, CITA, RMIT, MIT, Bartlett, Buckminster Fuller
Institute, ETHZ, IE School of Architecture, above others
· Cloud 9 green agenda is to look at Pilot Projects in Global Warming Scenarios
· Enric Ruiz Geli has created patents as masterpieces of Digital Fabrication
· Recently Enric Ruiz Geli / Cloud 9 has signed ‘Knowledge Transfer Contracts’ in Taipei, OECS, Qatar, Kuwait and
· Architect of Media-ICT building in Barcelona, a Net Zero Building with a very competitive cost of construction awarded
as Best Building of the World by WAF 2011;
· Architect of Millennium Project in Valladolid, an urban retrofitting, obtaining 5 leaves certificate by Green Building
Council (GBC), 2012
· Architect of H108 Project in Taipei, obtaining Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certificate for
new construction, 2014
· Architect of elBulliFoundation for chef Ferran Adrià, a Living Laboratory in Cap de Creus
· Architect of Villa Nurbs in Empuriabrava
· Architect of Hotel Forest that belongs to the collection of MoMA, New York:
· Architect of New York Aquarium that belongs to FRAC Centre Collection, Orleans: