About Tatiana Bilbao
Tatiana Bilbao was born in 1972 in Mexico-City. She studied architecture and urbanism at Universidad Iberoamerica, where she was recipient of the honorable mention for her thesis in 1998. The Tatiana Bilbao Estudio focuses on the guiding principle “making places and spaces, by people, for people”. The practice maintains the ethos of labor-intensive, handmade buildings, providing much-needed jobs in Mexico by trying not to replace people with machines—and ultimately giving the final result a raw energy. Tatiana Bilbao has held several visiting scholar positions as for example at Luis Kahn Visiting Professorship, Yale School of Architecture in 2015. Tatiana Bilbao Estudio was the featured architecture firm in the Architect’s Studio series of exhibitions hosted by the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. The studio has had work featured in the Graham Foundation, Chicago Architecture Biennial, Venice Biennale and Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey to name a few. www.tatianabilbao.com
AnA Copenhagen 01 – On October 11, 2018, im Herforth Nielson, Tatiana Bilbao and Louis Becker were our first three speakers in Denmark. Our event was held in Copenhagen for the first time at the magnificent Queen’s Hall in the Royal Library of Denmark.
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