PLANE–SITE , Co-Founder and Managing Director
Andrés F. Ramirez is a writer, curator and cultural producer, working in the realm of architecture, engineering, urban planning and design. Challenging conventions in interdisciplinary communication, he is involved in research initiatives that investigate the semantics of space and its socio-cultural implications.
He is the co-founder and Managing Director of PLANE–SITE, an agency devoted to the production and dissemination of original content for architecture and the built environment. Andrés also works as an independent consultant in architecture and urban planning projects, with an emphasis on social processes and public space.
Andrés is Director of the non-profit research platform Aerial Futures, an organization devoted to cultural exchange surrounding the architecture of flight. He was the curator of Garden City Mega City, Urban Ecosystems of
WOHA, at the Museum of the City of Mexico (2017); curator of the first contribution of the Seychelles to the XV Venice Architecture Biennale (2016) Between Two Waters, Searching for Expression in the Seychelles, and cocurator for Medellín, Topography of Knowledge at the Aedes Architecture Forum (2015).