Camilo Restrepo
MOeC Faculty

Camilo Restrepo Ochoa is principal and co-founder with Juliana Gallego Martinez of AGENdA Agencia de arquitectura in Medellin, Colombia. He graduated as an architect from Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana in 1998, and holds a masters degree from Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya through the METROPOLIS program in 2005.

In 2020, AGENdA was selected as one of the most creative, interesting and promising emerging architects by DOMUS Magazine, and awarded 2nd Prize by Fondazione Frate Sole, for the Church in Jojutla Mexico in association with Dellekamp/Schleich. Their work has been exhibited at MAK center 2019, L.A for the exhibition Soft Schindler, and in Mexico City in LIGA DF, in Mexico.

Camilo was one of the three finalists of the 2012 Rolex Mentor Protégé award, as well as nominated for the Mies Crown Hall Architecture Prize in Chicago, and the BSi (B-S-I, Banca della Svizzera Italiana) Architecture award in Switzerland in 2014. He has been a guest architect at various architectural and urban planning discussion and exhibition events around the world, and is currently an invited professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, USA.