Arquitectos: Biografía TATIANA BILBAO S.C

03/09/2014

TATIANA BILBAO
Born in Mexico City in 1972. Graduated from Architecture and Urbanism at Universidad Iberoamericana in 1996, in 1998 won honorable mention for her career and also appreciation for the best thesis of the year. Advisor for Urban Projects at the Urban Housing and Development Department of Mexico City in 1998-99. As advisor for the government, Tatiana was member of the urban council of the city. In 1999 joins and co-founds LCM S.C. In 2004 starts Tatiana Bilbao S.C. with projects in China and Spain, France and Mexico. Also in 2004 founds mxdf along with architects Derek Dellekamp, Arturo Ortiz and Michel Rojkind, an urban research center, attending the production o space, its occupation, its defense and control in Mexico City. In 2005 becomes design professor at Universidad Iberoamericana. Awarded with the Design Vanguard for one of the top 10 emerging firms of the year in 2007 by Architecture Record. Visiting professor at Andres Bello University in Santiago de Chile in Autumn 2008. Named as Emerging Voice by the Architecture League of NY in 2009. In 2010 two partners joined David Vaner and Catia Bilbao. In December 2010 3 projects where acquired by the Centre George Pompidou in Paris, France to be part of their Architectural Permanent Collection. Critics in Universities such as Techknik Munich, MIT, UPenn, ETH etc.

DAVID VANER
Engineer-architect born in Erlangen, Germany in 1975. From 1994 to 2000 he worked in Norway and Germany in construction doing specialized work in plaster and woodwork. Graduated in 2004 from Kassel University in Germany. He worked for several offices such as Buol & Zuend and Christ & Gantenbein. He also was part of the ETH Studio investigation team in Basel along with professors Herzog & de Meuron, Meili and Diener. Since 2008 is part of Tatiana Bilbao’s team and since 2010 he’s an associate.

CATIA BILBAO
Born in Mexico City in 1976. BSc in Economics from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México. MSc in Operational Research from the London School of Economics and Political Science, graduated with honors. Has had previous experience working as financial analyst for the banking system, for the housing sector and as a costs and profitability manager for an airline in Mexico. She joined Tatiana Bilbao ́s team in 2009 as Finance Director and also since 2010 she became a partner.


TATIANA BILBAO S. C.

Selected Projects


River Walk in Culiacan, commemoration the Bicentenary anniversary of Independence in Mexico, Culiacan, Sinaloa, to be built by september 2012. Spectacle Center in Irapuato, Gto., Mexico, design process, 2008-2014. Welcome Park with mediatec and mixed used program for Ranchos Puerto Escondico, Loreto, BCS, Mexico 185,000 m2, design in process 2010-

Ermita Tierra Colorada, Ruta del Peregrino, Jalisco, Mexico, 120 m2, construction process, 2008-2011. Expansion of the Cultural Center DIFOCUR; Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico, 3200 sqm, construction process, 2008-2012.

BioInnova, University Building, Tec de Monterrey campus Culiacan, 6530 sqm, construction process, 2008-2012. Ajijic House, Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico 230m2 compacted earth, 2010-2011. Ventura House, Monterrey, NL, Mexico, 1230 sqm, construction process, 2008-2011. Ordos House 100, Ordos, Inner-Mongolia, China, 1000 sq2, design process, 2008- Mexican Pavilion for the Zaragoza World Expo 2008, Zaragoza, Spain, 2075 sqm, 2007- 2008.

School Cd. Chapule, Culiacan, Sin, Mexico, 12350 sq2, design process, 2007-2011. Planta de Liquidos, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, a transformation of a existing treatment plant into a cultural complex with art spaces, galleries, apartment housing, restaurants and shops, 16,000 sqm, design finished. Four Houses in Zacatitos, Los Cabos, Baja

California Sur, Mexico, 2400 sqm design process, 2006-2011. Exhibition Room in Jinhua Architecture Park, Zheijiang, China, 1800 sqm, 2007.

Centro de las Artes, Educare, Guadalajara Jalisco, 2450 sqm, design process, 2007-201- Funeral House, SLP, San Luis Potosi, Mexico, 1,560 sqm, construction process, 2006- 2011. Botanical Garden Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico, 10 ha. Featuring 35 pieces of different contemporary artist, construction process, 2005-2014.

Casa Panorama, Plentzia, País Vasco, España, , 385 sqm, proyecto 2005. Santa Fe City Tower 10, Mexico City, Mexico, 34 floors of Tower apartments, Project 2005.

Metrovivienda in Insurgentes, Tower Apartments, Rome, Mexico City, Mexico, 6000 sqm, 2005 - 2008. Mobility, Urban housing, Roma, Mexico DF, Mexico, 1650 sqm, 2004-2007. H119, Apartments in Polanco, Mexico DF, Mexico, 2345 sqm 2003-2005.

Selected Collaborations

Universe House designed by Gabriel Orozco, acting as executive architect in Roca Blanca, Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, Mexico, 250 sqm, 2007. Explanada Estudio in collaboration with AT103, Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico DF 320 sqm, 2006-2008.

Galleria Kurimanzutto designed by Alberto Kalach, adaptation, Mexico D.F., 1,350 sqm, 2008-2009 Pilgrimage route, master plan with Derek Dellekamp, sculpture of gratitude open chapel, Ameca, Jalisco, Mexico, 4560 sqm, 2008-2010.

Viewing Tower with Derek Dellakamp, Guadalajara, Jalisco, 43,230 sqm 2008-2012 .