Dentro l’acqua Mazatlán Aquarium — Inside Blue Il progetto dell’Acquario di Mazatlán, in Messico, uno dei più grandi dell’America Latina, pensato da Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, si pone l’obiettivo di sfruttare lo spazio naturale, culturale e pubblico che già esiste. Per i turisti, l’acquario è un’opportunità per esplorare e sperimentare gli ecosistemi marini del Golfo della California. Per i abitanti del luogo, è uno sguardo alle meraviglie del proprio ambiente. La dimensione dei luoghi si misura attraverso la relazione con l’acqua, dentro e fuori l’acquario. ACQUARIO MAZATLÁN, Tatiana Bilbao #acquariomazatlan #tatianabilbao #tempodacqua #thetimeofwater The aquarium project was a part of a large-scale plan to revitalize the Parque Central in Mazatlán, Mexico. The project, designed and overseen by Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, seeks to build onto the already existing natural, cultural, and public space in a way that highlights its global quality and uniqueness. For visitors, the aquarium is an opportunity to explore and experience the marine ecosystems of the Gulf of California. For locals, it’s a look into the marvels of their own backyard (da un articolo in archdaily.com). Born in Mexico City in 1972. Graduated from Architecture and Urbanism at Universidad Iberoamericana in 1996, Tatiana Bilbao, 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. 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. Comments are closed.