Enric Ruiz-Geli
Figueres, 1968

  • Architect for the ETSA of Barcelona
  • Visiting Visual Artist at the ZKM in Karlsruhe, with a scholarship from Krtu, Generalitat de Catalunya
  • Visiting Visual Artist by HANGAR in Barcelona
  • Stage Designer associated with Bob Wilson: 'Danton's Tod', Salzburger Festspiele and 'Time Rocker', Thalia Theater, Hamburg, 1995-2000
  • Founder and Director of Cloud 9 studio in Barcelona since 1997
  • Co-Director of Metapolis, 2000-2003
  • Art Media Consultant for el Mercat de les Flors, 2002
  • Curator of the Spanish Pavilion of the V Biennale of Architecture in Sao Paulo, 2003
  • President of the Jury of Prix Luxembourgeois d'Architecture, Fondation de l'Architecture et de l'IngnierieLuxembourg, 2007
  • Participation at program TOYP (The Outstanding Young Persons), organized by Junior Chamber International, Osaka, 2007
  • Founder of Energy Attack with Jon Idiakez, 2007
  • Co-Chairman of the 3rd Industrial Revolution Architects Roundtable committee with Jeremy Rifkin, since 2009
  • Working with Jeremy Rifkin on GGG, Global Green Growth
  • Tutor Master in Architectural Design Unit at Bartlett School of Architecture, London, since 2010
  • Teaching and researching about architecture with Pilot Projects in Global Warming Scenarios at Unit Master of Diploma Unit 18 at Architectural Association School, London, since 2010
  • Co-Chairman of the Figueres Creative City, 2010
  • Science Advisory Committee of Tecnalia member since 2011
  • HP Experts Committee member since 2012
  • Architect of the Villa Nurbs in Empuriabrava, an organically formed, ecological and futuristic house; the Millennium Project in Valladolid, an urban retrofitting; elBulliFoundation for the chief Ferran Adrià as a living laboratory in Cap de Creus
  • Recently Enric Ruiz Geli work Media-TIC - a Net Zero Building with a very competitive cost of construction - is recognized as Best Building of the World by WAF 2011
  • Enric Ruiz Geli / Cloud 9 works belong to the collections of MoMa (New York), FRAC Centre Collection (Orleans) and Centre Pompidou (Paris)
Enric Ruiz Geli

Enric Ruiz-Geli at Cloud 9 office in Barcelona with a signed portrait of Buckminster Fuller in the background. The Portrait refers to the Non-Symmetrical Tension - Integrity Structures. United States Patent Office Nº 3.866.366, filed August 7, 1973, Serial nº 386.302, granted February 18, 1975. Inventor: Buckminster Fuller. Photo: Albert Bertran