Zeller & Moye is an international architecture firm founded by German architect Christoph Zeller and Mexican architect Ingrid Moye in 2013. The duo met in 2009, where they worked on the same team at Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron. The pair soon decided to form their own studio, applying their contrasting cultural styles to complete projects internationally. The firm operates from both co-founders respective home cities, with offices in Mexico City and Berlin.
Its projects include Casa Hilo, a modular social housing concept that aims to improve living conditions for residents in rural Mexico.