The work of Tatiana Bilbao Estudio begins analyzing its immediate local context translating rigid
social codes into architecture through a multicultural, multidisciplinary perspective.
The studio’s architectural work includes: the Culiacán Botanical Garden; the Pilgrimage Route in
Jalisco; the Biotechnological Center; the Sustainable House, the social housing prototype displayed
at the 2015 Chicago Biennial that costs under $8,000; among other projects.
Tatiana’s work has been recognized internationally with awards such as the Kunstpreis Berlin in
2012 and the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture in 2014. She cherishes the opportunity to
engage with students and has taught as a visiting professor at the Yale School of Architecture,
Harvard GSD and Columbia GSAPP. Her work has been published in A+U, GA Houses, Domus,
and The New York Times, among others.
Mexican architect Tatiana Bilbao founded her eponymous studio in 2004, where her work analyzes
its immediate context, creating architecture through a multidisciplinary perspective. The studio’s
work ranges from masterplans to an affordable sustainable house typology. She taught as a visiting
professor at the Yale School of Architecture, Harvard GSD and Columbia GSAPP.