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NEWNOWNEXT: Tatiana Bilbao

Irish Architecture Foundation

Tuesday, 18 June 2013 at 18:30 (IST)

Dublin, Ireland

NEWNOWNEXT: Tatiana Bilbao

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NEWNOWNEXT is a series of public talks curated by the Irish Architecture Foundation in collaboration with Arup, revealing current and next generation ideas and architects from across the globe.

 

Tatiana Bilbao, Mexico

(www.tatianabilbao.com)

‘The Way Things Go’

 

Tuesday the 18th of June at 6:30pm.

Doors open at 6pm, no late admission after 6:30pm.

Samuel Beckett Theatre, Trinity College Dublin (Main Campus), Dublin 2.

Access via College Green/Nassau Street/Pearse Street gates. The Samuel Beckett Theatre is next to New Square.

The talk will be followed by a drinks reception at 8:00pm.


Tatiana Bilbao was advisor at the Urban Housing and Development Department of Mexico City in 1998-1999. She founded Tatiana Bilbao S.C. in 2004 with projects in China, Europe and Mexico. Projects include the Botanical Garden Culiacan (Mexico), Universe House designed with artist Gabriel Orozco (Mexico) and Jinhua Architecture Park (China). She co-founded mxdf, an urban research centre on the production of space, its occupation, defense, and control in Mexico City. Her work has been published in A+U, Domus, and The New York Times.

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Samuel Beckett Theatre
Trinity College Dublin
College Green<br />
2 Dublin
Ireland

Tuesday, 18 June 2013 at 18:30 (IST)


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Irish Architecture Foundation

The Irish Architecture Foundation has an established network and track record in delivering major projects primarily aimed at developing audiences for architecture in Ireland, while also raising the profile of Irish architecture abroad.

Our programme of exhibitions, talks, film screenings, symposia, competitions, publications, school and community workshops, is intended to generate dialogue as well as critically engage a diverse public.

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