Mexican architect Tatiana Bilbao is founder of eponymous architecture studio.
Bilbao’s work is defined by its multicultural and multidisciplinary perspective, whilst not losing sight of local context. Her work aims to humanise and regenerate places, opening up opportunity for cultural and economic development. The studio’s architectural work includes the Culiacán Botanical Garden, the Bioinnova building of a Mexican university, a reflective holiday home in Mexico, and a flexible social housing prototype displayed at the Chicago Architecture Biennial 2015.
Bilbao’s work has been recognized internationally, receiving awards such as the Kunstpreis Berlin 2012 and the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture 2014. She has taught as a visiting professor at the Yale School of Architecture, Rice School of Architecture, and Columbia GSAPP and her work has been published in The New York Times, among other publications.
Tatiana Bilbao was named one of the 500 most newsworthy forces in the design world in the 2017 Dezeen Hotlist.