The third volume of the series The Architect’s Studio focuses on Tatiana Bilbao’s exploration of the landscape: from the territory of Mexico over the urban to the interior landscape of the individual building, always taking social conditions into account. This is also demonstrated in Bilbao’s various projects such as the architectural design of a pilgrimage route, a botanical garden in the Mexican main trading center Culiacán, and not least the Light of Line, which is intended to enable women in particular to move more safely in remote districts of the city. In constant collaboration with experts from various disciplines, Bilbao wants to create architecture that has a direct impact on its users.
The publication also provides insights into the Mexican cultural, artistic, and building traditions that Bilbao incorporates into her projects. The volume addresses the question of the use of collages in architecture and embeds Bilbao’s work in a contemporary as well as a historical context.
Edited by Mette Marie Kallehauge, Lærke Rydal Jørgensen, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
With contributions by Tatiana Bilbao, Ruben Gallo, Jacques Herzog, Nicolai Ouroussoff, Hilary Sample
Design: Søren Damstedt & Camilla Jørgensen, Trefold