Tatiana Bilbao

Tatiana Bilbao ESTUDIO is a Mexico City based architecture studio, founded in 2004. At the core of the studio's practice is an analysis of the context surrounding projects, which scale from masterplans to affordable housing strategies, from city planning to furniture design. Tatiana Bilbao ESTUDIO pursues architecture through multidisciplinary perspectives. We promote a collective environment with a diverse staff of architects, academics and model makers. The working method uses hand drawing and iterative models to keep design and development rooted in spatial and not digital exploration. We elevate collaborations between other architects, artists, economists, local governments, and more, to enrich the impact and reach of each project. The studio's architectural work includes; ESTOA, an institutional building on the UDEM campus that has received the special CEMEX Award in 2021. The Culiacan Botanical Garden, the Pilgrimage Route in Jalisco, a social housing prototype displayed at the 2015 Chicago Biennial, three buildings of housing in Lyon la Confluence, the Sea of Cortez Research Center, and more recently the Mexican American Cultural in Austin Texas, and a Masterplan for the National Park La Huasteca. In 2019 two contests have been won; the Cultural Center Alvaro Carillo at Oaxaca, and 3 Buildings in Paris, at Porte de Montreuil.

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