Tatiana Bilbao was born in Mexico City in 1972 and studied architecture at the Universidad Iberoamericana. She has been catapulted to several frontiers with projects in Europe, Asia, and America, which has earned her awards such as the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture (2014), the Kunstpreis Berlin Award (2012) and the Architizer Impact Award (2017). In 2010 she was named as an Emerging Voice of the Architecture League of New York. She has been invited as a visiting professor at various universities such as Rice University, Columbia University, and Yale University.

Her work has been recognized by several organizations such as the BBVA Bancomer Foundation and The Pollock-Krasner Foundation. Also priced by the Madrid Community Arc Award for Young Artists, among many others.

The work of the Tatiana Bilbao Estudio seeks to understand architecture from the multicultural and multidisciplinary to create humanized spaces that react to global capitalism in order to open niches for cultural and economic development.

Some of its projects are The Culiacan Botanical Garden, the Master Plan, a prototype of a sustainable housing of only $ 160 thousand pesos and the Tangassi Funeral Home in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, among others.

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