Tatiana Bilbao’s Trajectory Recognized

For her outstanding trajectory in architecture, Mexican Tatiana Bilbao received the 2019 Marcus Prize, awarded by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM), which recognizes emerging talent in architecture.

Among the Mexican architect’s works are the design of the Botanical Garden in Culiacán, the Technological Park of the Tec de Monterrey Campus Culiacán in Sinaloa, as well as the exhibition pavilion in Jinhua Architecture Park in China.

In addition, Bilbao has been a consultant for urban projects in Mexico City, as well as a professor at Universidad Iberoamericana, Universidad Andrés Bello in Santiago, Chile, Rice University, Columbia University and Yale University (the last three in the USA).

Over the past 14 years, this award has recognized the work of architects who make their career a path “toward greatness.” Through the Marcus Corporation, UWM awards the winners $100,000 USD, of which $50,000 is destined for the direction of a design studio in collaboration with the UWM School of Architecture and Urban Planning.

Tatiana Bilbao’s Trajectory Recognized, Guadalajara Real Estate Guide

Among the works of Mexican architect Tatiana Bilbao are the design of the Botanical Garden in Culiacán, the Technological Park of the Tec de Monterrey Campus Culiacán in Sinaloa, as well as the exhibition pavilion in Jinhua Architecture Park in China.