Zeller & Moye
Zeller & Moye was founded by Christoph Zeller and Ingrid Moye as an architectural studio that operates with an interdisciplinary and global approach, with bases in Mexico City and Berlin. Zeller & Moye has designed a wide range of projects at all scales from furniture design to large cultural buildings in different parts of the world. Christoph Zeller and Ingrid Moye have been practicing architecture for more than 15 years including work for international practices SANAA in Tokyo and Herzog & de Meuron in Basel and London, leading numerous projects such as the ‘Tate Modern Switch House’ and the ‘Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2012’. Zeller & Moye’s recent work includes a 1st Prize for Luther Memorial international competition in Berlin; the permanent artwork Hollow in Bristol, UK; 1st Prize for a housing scheme in the international competition MOLEWA in China. Furthermore the studio is realising a museum in Kurdistan, Iraq; a design museum, two contemporary art galleries; a logistics terminal & offices; a series of residential projects; amongst others. Christoph Zeller and Ingrid Moye teach at the Architectural Association Visiting Schools in Berlin and Mexico, a master class in urban studies at the UIA Mexico City and have been jury members, lecturers and guest critics at various universities.