Architecture of the Shared Plan
Plan Común by Felipe De Ferrari & Diego Grass
Plan Común refers to the logical and majoritary condition of architecture from its very origins. Their projects establish ordering principles and spatial proposals with a clear reasoning, discussing common principles. This because they are convinced that radical forms are embedded and enhanced by collective experience, as a way to overcome individual interests.
Plan Común proposes formal strategies to maximize and strenghten the character of public or shared space -understood as a key aspect of architecture, regardless of its scale or program-.
Plan Común: Público – Privado (black and white images)
Plan Común: Público – Privado (roughly translated as Shared Plan: Public-Private) is an ongoing series of 100 original and exclusive formal strategies, aiming at maximizing public space and conducted by a team of 100 architects, chilean and foreign. This set of architecture projects for our cities, prototypes questioning the validity of established ideological and/or normative models, reproducing new and fertile public spaces.