OPENING IN BERLIN: Exquisite Corpse opens at the Architektur Galerie Berlin with a talk by architect Jan de Vylder of Architecten De Vylder Vinck Taillieu at 7pm on Thursday, 8 September at Karl Marx Allee 96, Berlin. On view until October 22.
DOMUS: Sanhe Kindergarten in Beijing is featured in the July-August issue of Domus Magazine 1004.
ON EXHIBIT IN SEOUL: OBRA's proposal for Women and Family Complex Facility SPACE SALIM selected as top five finalist in international competition, now on view in Seoul City Hall Lobby, 4 to 10 July.
ALSO ON EXHIBIT IN VENICE: OBRA is featured in Drawn Theories / Teorie disegnate now on view in Venezia, at Ca’ Pesaro Galleria Internazionale d’Arte Moderna, Salotto Longhena, 10 June to 3 July.
THE BIENNALE: The work of OBRA Architects will be exhibited at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale in Palazzo Mora, Canaregio, 3659, San Felice, Strada Nova, ground floor, in TIME SPACE EXISTENCE, May 28 to November 27.
SHORTLISTED:OBRA Architects and RAA are selected to compete in THE WOMENS BUILDING International Design Competition
OTRA: Pablo Castro gives a talk on The Natural Man as part of ARQUEX: Crecimientos, 2do. Congreso Internacional de Arquitectura + Diseño in Mérida, Mexico on 23 October 1pm, together with Productora, Macías Peredo, Manuel Cervantes
CONFERENCIA: Pablo Castro lectures at the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella [for info on the lecture please click here] as part of the Xref Series: "featuring the work of architects who are transposing cultural and geographic frontiers, who remain foreign, exported and de-centered." See the full description in English here.
CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Our kindergarten for 540 Chinese children finally breaks ground
YOU ARE WELCOME: Please come visit when we open our doors for OpenStudios: Emerging Voices, organized by Open House New York and the Architectural League of New York. Sign up here and visit us between 1pm and 5pm, Saturday, July 11!
PUBLISHED: OBRA is included in Thirty Years of Emerging Voices, an overview of the Architectural League of New York's Emerging Voices Program published by Princeton Architectural Press documenting close to 250 of the most innovative North American design firms of the past three decades.
NAMED: OBRA recognized as City of Seoul Public Architect 서울시 공공건축가 by the Seoul Metropolitan Government for a two-year term
ARCHITECTURE IN SEOUL: Pablo and Jennifer take you to Noryangjin Fish Market in this feature on 37 EMERGING ARCHITECTS IN SEOUL in LUXURY Magazine's MARCH issue
STUDIO VISIT: OBRA featured in Architects Newspaper
AIA NY: Church in the Arctic wins a 2015 American Institute of Architects New York Design Merit Award, exhibition forthcoming
TALK IN PUEBLA: Pablo Castro will lecture at the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey as part of the fourth Architecture, Art and Design Congress in Puebla, Mexico on February 26
UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Casa San Juan in San Juan, Argentina, to see progress photos and video please click here
ON NEWSTANDS IN SEOUL: ARCHITECTS DRAWING featuring drawings by Pablo Castro, Tadao Ando, Itami Jun, Kim Swoo Geun, Santiago Calatrava, Zaha Hadid, among others in the November issue of LUXURY Magazine, for English or Chinese speakers, brief overview can be viewed here
ON THE BOARDS: Multi-family housing complex in San Juan, Argentina
OBRA FEATURED: in Hyundai Card Superseries blog read about OBRA New York Beijing Seoul
EXHIBITION: THINNEST LIGHT Seosomun-Bakk Historic Site Competition entry on view until 26 SEPT 2014 at Gallery 1898, Seoul, click here for photos of exhibition opening award ceremony held at Myeongdong Cathedral
COMPETITION RESULTS: THINNEST LIGHT, OBRA's entry to the SEOSOMUN-BAKK Historic Site Competition selected for special mention and inclusion in upcoming exhibit in Seoul
INTERVIEW: with Pablo Castro on the occasion of the 2014 KIM SWOO GEUN PREVIEW PRIZE: OBRA working in SEOUL
LECTURE:"I Fiori di Euclide"
BACK IN SEOUL: Lecture by Pablo Castro EVERYTHING THAT IS NOT SOMETHING at Konkuk University, Graduate School of Architecture. Location: 1 Hwayang-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul
Tuesday 15 April, 5:30pm