Common Places


2014-2016
Proposal, Various locations
with Plan Común & contributors



Common Places is a series of 50 original and exclusive formal strategies, aiming at maximizing public space and conducted by an international team of architects, initiated by Chilean office Plan Común, invited from various locations around the globe. This is a set of architecture projects for our cities, prototypes questioning the validity of established ideological or normative models, reproducing the fertile public spaces demanded by the citizenship.

Collaborators: Felipe De Ferrari, Kim Courrèges, Thomas Batzenschlager, Diego Grass, Marcelo Cox, José Lemaitre, Pedro Correa, Pedro Hoffmann, Ignacio García, Arturo Scheidegger, Eduardo Perez, Mathias Klenner, Ignacio Saavedra, Ignacio Rivas, Javiera Jadue, Paula Livingstone, Felipe Grallert, Osvaldo Larraín, Eduardo Corales, Cristián Valenzuela, Tomás Tironi, Christian Bartlau, Cristóbal Amunátegui, Alejandra Celedón, Luca Magagni, Cruz García, Nathalie Frankowski, Ciro Miguel, Bruna Canepa, Hamed Khosravi, Miguel Ángel Gonzalez Merlo, Sebastian Blanco, Leandro Cappetto, Danny Wicaksono, Kotaro Shimada, Costanza Zeni, Oliver Burch, Giacomo Ardesio, Alessandro Bonizzoni, Antonio Buonsante, Nicola Campri, Veronica Caprino, Federico Casati, Claudia Mainardi, Marco Taccagni, Jules Salmon, Miles Gertler, Erica Chladová, Robert van der Pol.







































Santiago, Chile

2010-2017