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A HOUSE IS NOT JUST A HOUSE /PROJECTS ON HOUSING - (TATIANA BILBAO)

A HOUSE IS NOT JUST A HOUSE /PROJECTS ON HOUSING - (TATIANA BILBAO)

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Ouvrage retraçant des propositions de l'architecte mexicaine sur le logement social
En 2014, elle a reçu le Global Award for Sustainable Architecture de la Fondation LOCUS, la Cité de l'Architecture de Paris et le patronage de l'UNESCO.
 
Columbia Books
2018
24,50 €
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Une maison n'est pas qu'une maison, c'est précisément ce que soutient une maison. Le livre retrace le travail de Tatiana Bilbao sur le logement, qui vont des grands projets de logement social aux maisons individuelles de luxe. Ces projets offrent une façon de réfléchir aux limites du logement : où il commence et où il finit. Peu importe le type, son travail avance un argument sur le logement qui est à la fois vaste et minimal, inséparable de l'environnement plus large à l'extérieur et fondé sur les exigences fondamentales de la vie. Travaillant dans l'histoire mouvementée du logement social au Mexique, Bilbao plaide en faveur de la participation même lorsque les circonstances sont loin d'être idéales .- et propose des stratégies spécifiques apprises au Mexique pour produire des logements ailleurs.

Le livre retranscrit une conférence récente donnée par l'architecte à la Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation de l'Université Columbia, ainsi que des réflexions d'autres praticiens et universitaires, dont Amale Andraos, Gabriela Etchegaray, Hilary Sample, et Ivonne Santoyo-Orozco.
 
 
 
A House Is Not Just a House argues precisely that. The book traces Tatiana Bilbao's diverse work on housing ranging from large-scale social projects to single-family luxury homes. These projects offer a way of thinking about the limits of housing: where it begins and where it ends. Regardless of type, her work advances an argument on housing that is simultaneously expansive and minimal, inseparable from the broader environment outside of it and predicated on the fundamental requirements of living. Working within the turbulent history of social housing in Mexico, Bilbao argues for participating even when circumstances are less than ideal?and from this participation she is able to propose specific strategies learned in Mexico for producing housing elsewhere.

A House Is Not Just a House includes a recent lecture by Bilbao at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, as well as reflections from fellow practitioners and scholars, including Amale Andraos, Gabriela Etchegaray, Hilary Sample, and Ivonne Santoyo-Orozco.
 
Tatiana Bilbao, born and raised in Mexico City, graduated from Universidad Iberoamericana in 1996. In 2004, she founded her titular office, initiating projects in China, Europe, and Mexico. In 2007, Architectural Record awarded Bilbao the Design Vanguard Award as one of the Top 10 Emerging Firms of the year. In 2014, she received the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture from the LOCUS Foundation, Cite de L'Architecture of Paris, and the patronage of UNESCO. Bilbao has lectured all over the world and taught, most recently, at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation. Bilbao believes in architecture as a means to enhance the quality of life. Working with the environment, its surrounding materials, and local craftsmanship, she strives to establish communication and exchange. Her multicultural and multidisciplinary office seeks to understand our contemporary world and translate its rigid codes and rules into habitable space.