Yale School of Architecture: “Lessons from Two Gardeners”

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 the Observatory House of Gabriel Orozco. The talk will explore the potential in these relationships to create architecture through society and their principal players.
Tatiana Bilbao
Louis I. Kahn Visiting Assistant Professor
April 8, 2015


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