Yale School of Architecture Public Lecture Series
Professor Tatiana Bilbao considers the dialogue with the craftsmen to be a learning process that has enriched architecture. This lecture will look at two projects through the lessons learned from the gardeners who collaborated on these projects: The Botanical Garden of Culiacán and...
Tatiana Bilbao speaks with Freek Persyn in this third of six conversations recorded live at the conference Making Books Now on September 15, 2017. The conference was co-organized by Columbia GSAPP and the Chicago Architecture Biennial on the occasion of the Biennial’s opening at the Chicago Cultural Center, and...
“New Materialisms: Histories Make Practice | Practices Make History” brings together historians, critics, and practitioners to discuss the complex ways in which architecture is imagined, made, and interpreted. Whereas in the current intellectual climate, accounts of architecture’s materiality by historians often pivot on a fealty to the influence of...
Tatiana Bilbao, through the work of her multicultural and multidisciplinary office based in Mexico City, attempts to understand the place that surrounds her and to translate its rigid codes into architecture. As a reaction to global capitalism, the studio aspires to regenerate spaces in order to humanize them and...
Friday, November 7, 2014 12:00pm
Tatiana Bilbao and Frida Escobedo
In conversation with Galia Solomonoff, Columbia GSAPP
On November 7, GSAPP welcomes exemplary Mexican architects with solid groups of diverse built work, Tatiana Bilbao and Frida Escobedo. What is it like to practice architecture in Mexico today? Bilbao and Escobedo will...
The immense intellectual, cultural, economic and political exchange between the Mexico and the US is the central focus of Tatiana Bilbao’s academic initiative, Two Sides of the Border. In this discussion, Author Valeria Luiselli, Historian Sarah Lopez and Architect Tatiana Bilbao will discuss their distinct works on the subject...
Entrevistamos a los arquitectos mexicanos Tatiana Bilbao, Rozana Montiel, Derek Dellekamp y Alejandro Hernández, quienes nos dieron detalles puntuales del proyecto urbano generado en México y la propuesta artística realizada en la Bienal de Venecia 2016.
Friday, April 10, 2015
In recent decades, debates on slums and the future of urban life have raged. Novelists, filmmakers, academics, cultural institutions, NGOs, foundations, and think tanks from across the political spectrum have offered ways to alternately upgrade, reinforce, preserve, integrate, and learn from these precarious landscapes, highlighting...
Architect Tatiana Bilbao invites filmmaker Jordan Bahat into her Mexico home to discuss how society builds itself.
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Acts of Design: New Housing Paradigms in North America
Panel: Derek Dellekamp, Simon Hartmann,
Tatiana Bilbao, Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, Mexico City
Derek Dellekamp, Dellekamp Arquitectos, Mexico City
Simon Hartmann, HHF Architects, Basel
Anna Puigjaner, MAIO, Barcelona
Moderated by Hillary Sample, MOS, New York
This day-long conference assesses the current state of housing in...