Since 2012, Plan Común provides Common Places, strategies to maximize and strengthen public and collective space -understood as a key aspect of architecture, regardless of its scale or program- by means of simple architecture tools, through a critical discourse, research, design and building. We are convinced that radical, basic -even silent- forms are more likely to be relevant and universal, and serve as a support for collective use and imagination. We use a critical and strategic approach towards briefs and commissions, in order to question and transform spatial hierarchy and uses. We intend to work within an ethic of the collective aiming at relevance and usefulness for the many.
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Felipe De Ferrari (1983) founding partner
Architect graduated from Universidad Católica de Chile in 2010.
Co-founder of OnArchitecture, an online audiovisual service providing a synthetic, deep and detailed panorama of the world's main authors, works, experiences and problematics related to the field of architecture. He gave lectures at Barcelona Institute of Architecture (2009), Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona (2011), X Sao Paulo Biennial (2014), Mendrisio Academy of Architecture (2014), Universidad de Talca (2014), Harvard Graduate School of Design (2016), Haus der Architektur Graz (2016), Universidad Mayor (2016), Centro de Estudios Públicos (2016), Swiss Architecture Museum (2016).
Teaching at PUC Architecture School since 2014 and at Universidad Mayor since 2017.
Kim Courrèges (1984) partner
Collaborating with Plan Común since 2013.
Architect graduated from Marne-la-Vallée Architecture School (France) in 2010, M.Sc Mathematics and Computer Science, Paris 7 University (2005). She worked with Eric Lapierre (2010-2011) in Paris, Estudio America (2012) in Sao Paulo, Pezo von Ellrichshausen (2012-2013), Roberto Gutierrez (2013-2014) and Elemental (2014-2015) in Chile.
She gave a lecture at the Swiss Architecture Museum (2016). Teaching at Universidad Mayor since 2017.