The Parish Church in Pueblo Serena, designed by the renowned Moneo Brock Studio, is a contemporary interpretation of classical church architecture. Its design is deeply rooted in traditional concepts, drawing inspiration from early Christian temple prototypes. This is evident in its plan and structure, which resonates with the simplicity and spiritual ambiance of ancient sacred buildings.
Parish Church in Pueblo Serena technical information
- Architects1: Belén Moneo, Jeffrey Brock
- Location: Carretera Federal 500, Monterrey, Mexico
- Client: Plaza Serena (Real Estate in Huajuco Canon)
- Building size: 17,222 sq. ft.
- Completion year: 2015
- Images: © Jorge Taboada
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Parish Church in Pueblo Serena Description by the Architects
Parish Church Plans
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About Moneo Brock
Moneo Brock is an international architecture and design studio highly regarded for its innovative and sustainable approach to architecture, urbanism, and design. Founded by the Spanish architect Rafael Moneo and the American designer Belén Moneo, the studio is known for its creative integration of contemporary design with environmental and cultural sensitivity. Their work spans a wide range of projects, including public buildings, educational and cultural facilities, residential developments, and urban planning. Moneo Brock’s designs are characterized by a deep respect for historical context and a keen attention to detail, often blending vibrant colors and diverse materials to create spaces that are both functional and visually compelling. The studio’s commitment to sustainability and its unique approach to blending traditional and modern elements have earned it international acclaim in the field of architecture.
Notes & Additional Information
- Design Team: Irene Alberdi, Andrés Barrón, Fabrice Leray, Jaime Salvador, Sara Pericacho, Irene Hernádez, Juan Galloso