Common Places is a series of installations in Nove Fužine, a neighbourhood built in the 1980s in the eastern reaches of Ljubljana close to Ljubljanica river, and today home to some 18.000 inhabitants. Chilean-French architecture office Plan Común, together with Portuguese landscape architect Tiago Torres-Campos, developed the project in conjunction with Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) as a kick-off event for the 25th Biennial of Design: Faraway, so Close and in the context of Future Architecture platform.
Title: Common Places. A constellation of micro-interventions in Nove Fužine
Authors: Plan Común (Felipe De Ferrari, Diego Grass, Kim Courreges, Thomas Batzenschlager, Tiago Torres-Campos)
Design: Ajdin Bašić
Language: English, Slovene
Size: 14.8 × 21 cms
Number of Pages: 44
Publisher: Museum of Architecture and Design