Ingrid Moye co-founded the Mexico City/Berlin-based architectural firm Zeller & Moye in 2013. Targeting work that positively impacts public life, Zeller & Moye focuses on cultural and social projects ranging in scale from objects and artworks to large buildings and master plans, and it has recently won several international competitions that are currently in development. Moye has been awarded the Young Creators scholarship by the Mexican Arts Council FONCA/CONACULTA, for which she realized a series of interventions on public sidewalks that encouraged new habits for pedestrians. She has collaborated for more than five years with Herzog & de Meuron and SANAA, in Switzerland, London, and Tokyo, designing and developing projects such as the Barranca Museum in Guadalajara, and the extension of the Tate Modern in London. Moye has lectured and exhibited her work in various universities and institutions both in Mexico and abroad. Wallpaper* named Zeller & Moye one of “The world’s best young emerging practices” in 2015.
|June 26, 15:25 - 16:40||3rd Session – Design and Architecture|