R & R Studios is a multidisciplinary studio focusing on public artworks, architecture, and design of the city. Based in Miami, Florida, the studio was founded in 1995 by the Argentinian architects, Roberto Behar and Rosario Marquardt. Critic Peter Boswell describes their work in painting, installation, and architecture as three expressions of the same concept: that "an idea is both dream and obstinate reality. Boswell writes, "The works propose encounters of stories and spaces, which alternate between the private and the public, the intimate and the monumental, the quotidian and the fantastic." R & R Studios designs solutions that challenge the status quo and introduce imagination to the everyday environment. Works include the "Big M," at the metro mover entrance in downtown Miami, "The Living Room" structure, an oversized living room turned inside-out in a public space, a super-billboard called "Besame Mucho”, which was constructed for Coachella Music and Arts Festival, and public squares in Mexico DF and Copenhagen. R & R Studios has received Awards of Excellence from the American Institute of Architects, and their work was selected among the best Public Art in 2007 and 2013 by Americans for the Arts. Their work has been published in over 250 publications worldwide.