Moneo Brock Studio is an architecture firm characterized by the intensity of its design focus. The Studio’s principals, Belén Moneo (Harvard, 1988) and Jeff Brock (Princeton, 1985), formed their professional partnership in 1993 in New York City after receiving their Masters of Architecture from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation in 1991. Over the course of its 23-year history, the team has completed architectural projects ranging in scale from large public buildings to domestic interiors, and has designed furniture, packaging and bathroom fixtures for industrial production. Maintaining ties with New York, the firm opened its principal office in Madrid, Spain, in 2002, where it remains today. They are currently working on international projects in the Dominican Republic and Mexico. Moneo Brock Studio’s architects are attentive to the bond between form and function as well as the social and economic consequences of their architecture in today’s society. The team has been able to deliver projects that are carefully considered throughout from the urban scale to the interior detailing to form a coherent whole. Of paramount importance is the degree to which they imbue their projects with a legible conceptual framework that elevates the work above the mere service of building program.