'The monuments of Paseo de la Reforma'
Local view: Mexico by architect, Tatiana Bilbao
The Mexican architect set up her eponymous practice in 2004, a multi-disciplinary office, whose commercial and residential projects span from China to Spain. Closer to home, she’s the architect behind the staggering, tree-inspired Biotechnological Park building for the Tecnológico de Monterrey, the largest private university in Mexico. Prior to establishing her studio, she co-founded the Office Laboratorio de la Ciudad de Mexico SC and advised the Mexican government on urban projects. She also lectures at the Universidad Iberoamericana, where she studied once herself. Tatiana Bilbao SC is based on Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City’s famous, 12km-long avenues. Here she shows us around…