Tatiana Bilbao (Mexico City, 1972) is an architect and, through the Tatiana Bilbao Studio, has developed projects throughout Europe, Asia and America. She was a consultant at the Ministry of Development and Housing in the Federal District Government of Mexico City, before setting up her own firm in 2004.
Her work has been published in The New York Times, A+U and Domus, among others. She was named an Emerging Voice by the Architecture League of New York (2010) and, among the main awards she has received are the Global Sustainable Architecture Award (2014), the Architizer Impact Award 2017, the Tau Sigma Delta Gold Medal 2020 and the Marcus Prize 2019.
Articles by Tatiana Bilbao
Today’s city no longer offers the necessary living conditions for most of its inhabitants, as a result of a production model designed to make people productive, but...
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