Noëmi Mollet and Reto Geiser are the founding partners of the Houston based collaborative design practice MG&Co., which develops spatial strategies in a range of scales from the book to the house. Both were trained as architects at ETH Zurich, where Geiser also received a PhD from the Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture (gta). He has taught in the United States and in Europe, and is currently the Gus Wortham Assistant Professor at the Rice University School of Architecture. Oscillating between theory and practice and taking on the different roles of designers, scholars, curators, editors, and publishers has allowed MG&Co. to explore the boundaries between design and research and to negotiate the productive intersections between architecture, installation, and typography. Their work has been recognized by the Swiss Federal Office of Culture, the German Architecture Museum, Stiftung Buchkunst, and the American Institute of Graphic Arts.