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Lecture: Tatiana Bilbao

TONIGHT! December 6 –  6:30 PM

UNLIMITED MEANS by TATIANA BILBAO
Presented by SPACE.CITY

UNLIMITED MEANS
The lecture series is a play on words which superimposes our own preconceptions that architects working under unique or difficult circumstances, have limited means to create architecture, with the possibility that these very same conditions might actually provide for liberating design conditions. The series will provide a unique view into firms focusing on the roles that local construction techniques, politics, finances, the environment, and social issues play in the creation of their architectural works.

TATIANA BILBAO
Space.City is proud to be hosting Tatiana Bilbao at the Seattle Public Library for the final lecture of our Fall “Un Limited Means” Series.  Bilbao is a native of Mexico City and founded Tatiana Bilbao S.C. there in 2004.  Since then, Bilbao has quickly won international recognition for her work.  Her studio was awarded casino one of the top ten emerging firms of 2007 by Architecture Record, awarded Best Young Architect in the country in 2011 by CAM-SAM for Mexico, and was the recipient of the Kunstpriese Berlin 2012 by the Akademie der Kunste.  Several of her projects were also acquired by the Centre George Pompidou for its permanent Architectural Collection.  Tatiana Bilbao S.C. aims to raise the human quality of life through architecture by working with the immediate environment, surrounding materials, hand labor, and techniques.  Through creating a climate of collaboration, they regenerate “humanized” spaces that are aware of and react to global capitalism, and open up niches for cultural and economic development.

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Microsoft Auditorium
Central Branch
SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
1000 4th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104

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$10 General
$5 Student
$15 Door

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