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Podcast: Tatiana Bilbao

Published 30 March 2015

Mexican architect, Tatiana Bilbao, discusses her recent projects and the relationship between people and place throughout her work.

  • One of Mexico’s leading architects, Tatiana Bilbao creates buildings of powerful geometry, which connect to their sites and users on both material and emotional levels. In her lecture, Bilbao discusses a number of recent housing projects and explores the ways her architecture weaves together people and place – whether in the house she designed for Mexican artist, Gabriel Orozco, or in social housing projects for the Mexican government.

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