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Tatiana Bilbao : Architecture
Contemporary Mexican Architects Practice: Design Studio Mexico City
page updated 12 Sep 2016
Tatiana Bilbao News
Residence on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico
consists of discrete five-sided volumes.
Low-income houses, Ciudad Acuña, Mexico
A group of low-income houses that cost as little as $7,000 each.
Collaborated with artist Gabriel Orozco to build him a sculptural oceanside home with a rooftop pool.
Three Residential Buildings, Lyon, France
with Herzog & de Meuron
two with low-income units, one with market-rate apartments
part of a major development.
University of Monterrey student center, Mexico
1 million-sqft student center next to its Tadao Ando building.
18 Apr 2012
Menil Drawing Institute Expansion, Houston, Texas, USA
Date built: 2012-
Menil Drawing Institute Building
The Menil Drawing Institute, has announced that four architecture practices have been shortlisted for the design of the museum’s new building.
Menil Drawing institute Building shortlist:
– SANAA from Tokyo
– David Chipperfield Architects from London
– Tatiana Bilbao from Mexico
– Johnston Marklee from Los Angeles
Each of them are to submit a project which will selected at the beginning of June 2012.
Key Project by Tatiana Bilbao
Mexican Pavilion Expo Zaragoza, Spain
Date built: 2009
photograph : Sandra Pereznieto & Claudia Aguilar
Pavilion Expo Zaragoza
The Mexican Pavilion at the Expo Zaragoza 2008 is located at the western end of the Ronda 1 building. It occupies the two double heights set aside for it of a building already constructed by the organizers to be handed over “in the rough” to be developed by the participants. The Mexican delegation chose the motto “We are water” as the guiding thread of the image and structure of the pavilion.
Major Recent Design by Tatiana Bilbao
Construction of Sanctuary Mesa Colorada, Ruta del Peregrino, Jalisco
Date built: 2011
photograph : Iwan Baan
Ruta Peregrino Lookout
“We take the opportunity of the Easter Pilgrimage 2011 along the Ruta del Peregrino project in Jalisco, Mexico, to send out a Press Release showing the pilgrimages new infrastructure in use for the first time with a short selection of images by Iwan Baan and a brief explication of the project. Looking back at the Easter Pilgrimage 2011 at Ruta del Peregrino, the most important event of the year, we are pleased to announce the final step of the second construction phase.”
More buildings by this contemporary Mexican architect online soon
Location:Colonia Juárez, CP 06600, Mexico