Pablo Castillo is a Canary-Islands-born architect. His design and written work explore the intersection of environments, time, and architecture. Pablo currently teaches at Cornell University, and holds a researcher position at the GSD. He has taught at Rhode Island School of Design, and Wentworth Institute of  Technology.

He is a co-founder of à la sauvette, an architecture practice dedicated to design, research, and cultural production.

Pablo graduated with distinction from the MArch II program at Harvard GSD, and was the recipient of the Harvard GSD Architecture Faculty Design Award. He was a fellow of the Real Colegio Complutense at Harvard, Fundacion Arquia, and Future Architecture Platform. Prior to his graduate studies, he was awarded a Diploma and a Master's in Architecture from the ULPGC (Gran Canaria, Spain) where he lived and practiced architecture and photography.