Thermal baths "Termas de Tiberio" by Moneo Brock Studio

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Architects
Belén Moneo, Jeff Brock.
Architect in charge
Iñigo Cobeta.
Project management
Belén Moneo, Jeff Brock, Iñigo Cobeta.
Collaborators
Silvia Fernández, David Goss, Mathias Schútte, Andrés Barrón, Benjamín Llana, Brenda Moczygemba, Eduardo Vivanco, Bárbara Silva, Carlos Revuelta, María Pierres, Sandra Formigo, Andrea Caputo, Spencer Leaf, Clara Moneo.
Client
Aguas De Panticosa.
Location
Panticosa (Huesca).
Dates
2002 (assignment), May 2005 (beginning of works), December 2007 (ending of works).
Surface
8.500 m² (total floor area).
Gardening and Landscape
Belén Moneo, Jeff Brock, Isaac Escalante (CES Landscape Architecture).
Interiors design
Belén Moneo, Jeff Brock, Silvia Fernández, María Pierres.
Structure
NB35, Jesús Jiménez, Alejandro Bernabeu.
Contractor
HINACO-NOZAR; Manuel Mirallas.
Facilities
KLIMAKAL, EMTE, SWIM AND DREAM, IMOGEP, BIOSALUD.
Lighting
DIAZ Y OSORIO.

Studio Moneo Brock

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 GSAPP in 1991. Over the course of its 22-year history, the team has completed architectural projects ranging in scale from large public buildings to high-end domestic interiors, and has designed furniture, packaging and bathroom fixtures for industrial production. Moneo and Brock are primarily design architects, with broad experience collaborating with larger firms and consultants in the production and coordination of architectural designs from conceptualization through construction completion. 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.

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