URBAN CULTURES LUNCH SEMINARS 2021 #2
Tuesday 30 March 2021, 12h00
Felipe De Ferrari, PLAN COMÚN
Architecture as a common field of knowledge
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The lecture will introduce the work by both Chilean-French practice Plan Común and the audiovisual archive OnArchitecture. De Ferrari will go further on the attitude, strategies and some projects developed during the last 10 years of practice, with a special focus on the last period working in Paris, France. The lecture is organised within the framework of the So Close Far Away Master Dissertation Studio by Johan Nielsen.
Felipe De Ferrari, is a Chilean architect (Hons., Universidad Católica de Chile, 2010) and co-founder of OnArchitecture (2012- ) and of the Paris based architecture practice Plan Común (2012- ). He has given lectures and participated in seminars at Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona, X Sao Paulo Biennial, Mendrisio Academy of Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Universidad Católica de Chile, Haus der Architektur Graz, Swiss Architecture Museum, Zagreb School of Architecture, Bauhaus-Weimar University and Canadian Centre for Architecture. His articles and interviews have been published in 2G Magazine, AA Files, Architectural Review, Archithese, ARQ, ARCH+, Materia and San Rocco. Co-editor of “CMNcasos”, “ARQ Docs: Pier Vittorio Aureli” (ARQ, 2014), “ARQ Docs: Atelier Bow-Wow” (ARQ, 2015), “Lugares Comunes” (ARQ, 2015) and “Stereografía: Tattara & Zenghelis” (ARQ, 2020). He was co-curator of ‘Forum Basel’ exhibition at Swiss Architecture Museum (2017) and of the Conference Program 2020-2022 at the Lisbon Architecture Triennale and Centro Cultural de Belém (CCB). He teaches at Universidad Católica de Chile (2014-2018) and at MARQ UC (2020-).
Image: Fernando Castillo Velasco / Memorial and Park / 2015