Founded in 2003 by architects Fabrizio Gallanti and Francisca Insulza in Santiago de Chile and currently based in Montréal, Canada, FIG Projects is a platform for promoting interdisciplinary initiatives and exploring the boundaries between architecture, urban research and the visual arts. Wide-ranging in nature, their projects include architectural explorations, urban studies and curatorial projects. Their work has been exhibited in venues worldwide, including the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Santiago de Chile; exo, Sao Paulo; film + arch, Graz; Architecture and Urbanism Biennale, Shenzhen Hong Kong; Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal; the Centro Cultural in Sao Paulo; Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura, Mexico City; Storefront Gallery for Art and Architecture, New York; and the Venice Architecture Biennale. Their projects have also been published in books such as USE, Uncertain States of Europe and international magazines Domus, A+U, Abitare, amongst others. Fabrizio and Francisca both hold doctoral degrees, in Architecture and History of Architecture respectively, and regularly collaborate in international projects for exhibitions, publications and research in the field of architecture. They also lecture, write and teach at several international universities.