Jeff Brock (Virginia, 1963) is an architect and co-founder of Moneo Brock.
Jeff formed Moneo Brock with Belén Moneo in 1993 in New York, when they collaborated professionally for the first time to realize the renovation of a loft in Tribeca. Maintaining ties with New York, the studio opened its main office in Madrid in 2002, and currently develops projects in Spain, the US, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
Today project sites are located in the Spain, USA, Mexico, Colombia and the Dominican Republic.
Moneo and Brock have lectured extensively on their work in Europe, Japan, the USA, China, Turkey, Panama, Guatemala and Peru, and her work has been widely published in international media.
Among their most important projects and award-winning works, the following stand out:
NW Corner Building Universidad de Columbia, New York (with Rafael Moneo)
Termas de Tiberio, Balneario de Panticosa, Huesca
Parroquia de Pueblo Serena, Monterrey, (México)
Espacio Fundación Telefónica, Madrid
Bosque de Acero, Cuenca
Laboratorios de la Universidad de El Rosario, Bogotá
Casa Sorteo for the Tecnológico of Monterrey, (México)
Jeff graduated from Princeton University in 1985 with a bachelor’s degree in Architecture and obtained a Masters in Architecture from Columbia University’s GSAPP in 1991.
He was licenced to practice architecture in 1992.
He began his academic activity as an adjunct professor at Columbia University from 2006 to 2012. From 2013 to 2015 he taught at Pratt Institute, and has been a visiting professor at the School of Architecture of the University of Navarra and at Tokyo University of Science.
He currently teaches at the Francisco de Vitoria University in Madrid.
He is part of multiple mobility groups such as BICIMATRIX, that deals with public entities and administrations to achieve sustainable and active mobility infrastructures.
Within the studio, Moneo and Brock created _2B spacetobe, a hybrid and multidisciplinary space dedicated to art, culture and creation, where Belén and Jeff have curated artists’ exhibitions, screening, performances and installations of and have hosted symposia and other fora. Since 2012 they have produced 47 exhibitions and events.
All the information on their website: spacetobe.art