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14B Dolland St
London, SE11 5LN
United Kingdom

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ABOUT MOBO

 

Mobo is an international architectural practice founded in 2013 by Giorgio Badalacchi and Anna Kulik. The studio has won several competitions including the commission for the public headquarters of the national Department of Social Integration in Bogotá, and the refurbishment of the pedestrian access structures to the UNESCO listed fortress of Cartagena in Colombia.
Completed projects include the formulation of the strategic masterplan for the 22km-long Fucha River and its surroundings, a gallery in Moscow, several private houses, and an installation for “Migrant Garden”- a travelling exhibition.
Our approach and working methods are open and inclusive, always believing that architecture is the result of teamwork, commitment, and a synthesis of thoughts from diverse backgrounds and spheres of work.

 

 

LATEST NEWS

TWO LINES Our entry to re-qualify the public space of the Russian city of Izhevsk has been finalist in the national open competition! See project    



TWO LINES

Our entry to re-qualify the public space of the Russian city of Izhevsk has been finalist in the national open competition!
See project

 

 

  EDIFICIO P1 UNIANDES We have been shortlisted as finalists among 67 entries in the private competition to design the new P1 building at Universidad de los Andes. See competition entries

 

EDIFICIO P1 UNIANDES

We have been shortlisted as finalists among 67 entries in the private competition to design the new P1 building at Universidad de los Andes.
See competition entries

  MNM PUBLICATION Our competition entry for the Museo Nacional de la Memoria appears in the book "Arquitectura, Memoria y Reconciliación" published by Centro Nacional de Memoria Histórica. See project

 

MNM PUBLICATION

Our competition entry for the Museo Nacional de la Memoria appears in the book "Arquitectura, Memoria y Reconciliación" published by Centro Nacional de Memoria Histórica.
See project