Plan Común

Plan Común is a Chilean-French practice founded in 2012 (Santiago, Chile) and based in Paris since 2018. It is led by four partners: Kim Courrèges, Felipe De Ferrari, Sacha Discors and Nissim Haguenauer. Since its formation, Plan Común has produced strategies to maximize and strengthen collective space—understood as a key aspect of architecture, regardless of its scale or program—using simple architectural tools, including critical discourse, research, design, and building. The studio follows a critical and strategic approach to briefs and commissions, in order to transform spatial hierarchy and uses. Plan Común led an international research project titled "Common Places", a series of formal strategies for the transformation of our collective spaces (2012–2018). Plan Común also developed research focused on the future of Santiago’s General Cemetery as a metropolitan public park (2015–2018).

Plan Común projects have been exhibited at the X Sao Paulo Biennale (2013), Haus der Architektur Graz (2016), 4th Lisbon Triennale (2016), 25th Biennial of Design in Ljubljana, Slovenia (2016), and Triennale de Milano (2020). The studio co-curated the Forum Basel exhibition at the Swiss Architecture Museum (2017). Since relocating the studio to France, Plan Común has been awarded the first prize in the public competition "Lot PETIT - Saint-Vincent-de-Paul," a social housing competition in Paris, France (in progress, along with Kuehn Malvezzi and Nicolas Dorval Bory) and the development of "Grand Lilas," the transformation of the Fort de Romainville in Les Lilas, France.
Courtesy of Plan Común 

Past Works

Common Places, Public Building

Courtesy of Plan Común, 2012 

Common Places, Nove Fuzine

Courtesy of Plan Común and Tiago Torres Campos, 2016

La Chapelle International

Courtesy of Plan Común and Nicolas Dorval Bory, 2019

Petit Social Housing

Courtesy of Kuehn Malvezzi, Plan Común, and Nicolas Dorval Bory, 2019 

Petit Social Housing

Courtesy of Kuehn Malvezzi, Plan Común, and Nicolas Dorval Bory