Gabriela Carrillo

Gabriela Carrillo

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GABRIELA CARRILLO

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Gabriela Carrillo began her professional career in 1997 in “Vinculación y Proyectos Especiales” at UNAM. In 2001 she started collaborating with Mauricio Rocha. Together, they formed TallerRochaCarrillo in 2011, from which she established her own practice in 2017, Taller Gabriela Carrillo, where she develops public and private projects. In 2019, she started a collective that works with public projects called C733. She has been an academic for more than 15 years at the UNAM and others such as Harvard GSD, the WAVE program at the University of Venice, and the University of New Mexico.

She has received multiple national and international recognitions, such as the Emerging Voices Award in 2014, Federico Mariscal Chair in the Faculty of Architecture UNAM, the “Women Architect of the Year 2017” award granted by The Architectural Review, and the “Médaille d’Or Palmarés 2019”, which is the highest recognition from the Academy of Architecture of France. In 2020 she was awarded as “Architect of the year” by Architectural Digest Mexico and was a finalist for the Emerging Awards by The Architectural Review. 

www.gabrielacarrillo.mx

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Kingston Polytechnic

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Gabriela Carrillo began her professional career in 1997 in “Vinculación y Proyectos Especiales” at UNAM. In 2001 she started collaborating with Mauricio Rocha. Together, they formed TallerRochaCarrillo in 2011, from which she established her own practice in 2017, Taller Gabriela Carrillo, where she develops public and private projects. In 2019, she started a collective that works with public projects called C733. She has been an academic for more than 15 years at the UNAM and others such as Harvard GSD, the WAVE program at the University of Venice, and the University of New Mexico.

She has received multiple national and international recognitions, such as the Emerging Voices Award in 2014, Federico Mariscal Chair in the Faculty of Architecture UNAM, the “Women Architect of the Year 2017” award granted by The Architectural Review, and the “Médaille d’Or Palmarés 2019”, which is the highest recognition from the Academy of Architecture of France. In 2020 she was awarded as “Architect of the year” by Architectural Digest Mexico and was a finalist for the Emerging Awards by The Architectural Review. 

www.gabrielacarrillo.mx

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On May 20, 2021, we virtually traveled to Mexico, where we had the honor to have architect Gabriela Carrillo participate together with Enrique Norten.

This event was part of our Virtual World Tour 20/21, an event series touring a selection of countries around the world to meet some of the most influential architects of our time and get to know them on a personal level.

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