Emerging Voices Lecture Series: molo and Tatiana Bilbao

By hawley


Not to be missed is the fourth and final evening in the 27th annual Emerging Voices lecture series, featuring Tatiana Bilbao with Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen, the founders of molo. The award-winning design and production studio molo, based in Vancouver, Canada, is “dedicated to the research of materials and the exploration of space making”. The lecture, scheduled for Wednesday, March 24, will be discussing current work by the duo, including the Aomori Nebuta House, a museum for the Northern Japanese festival Nebuta. The museum recently won an Architectural Review Future Project Award.

Accompanying the molo founders will be Tatiana Bilbao, whose Mexico City multidisciplinary office has created many works that include the Botanical Garden Culiacan, the Centro de Artes Escenicas, Guadalajara, and the Jinhua Architecture Park in Jinhua, China. Her practice is deeply focused on analyzing urban and social crises, and she received the Architectural Record’s Design Vanguard in 2007. The lecture will be an insightful look into the work of these very innovative designers.

Email info@archleague.org or call 212.753.1722 x13 for details.

6:45 p.m.
New Museum
235 Bowery

molo’s Aomori Nebuta House

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