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Felipe Correa was born on 21 August, 1976 in Quito, Ecuador, is an Architect. Discover Felipe Correa's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 44 years old?

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Occupation Architect
Age 45 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 21 August 1976
Birthday 21 August
Birthplace Quito, Ecuador

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São Paulo: A Graphic Biography (2018) ISBN 978-1477316276


Beyond the City: Resource Extraction Urbanism in South America (2017) ISBN 978-1477309414


Correa is also the author of Beyond the City: Resource Extraction Urbanism in South America (University of Texas Press, 2016). The book ties together a series of architectural models of often-overlooked sites outside the traditional South American city. Implementing the term “resource extraction urbanism,” Correa critically assesses five key urban and territorial projects in South America in the last century, providing a historical account of resource extraction in developing the region and re-framing the role of the "architect-planner" in relation to current regional initiatives underway throughout continent.


Mexico City: Between Geometry and Geography (2014) ISBN 978-1940743080


Correa's academic work focuses on expanding the role of design in creating spatial synthesis across different scales and geographies of the built environment. While at Harvard, Correa worked with sponsors from the public and private sectors to develop multiple lines of research looking at specific contemporary case studies of fast-paced urbanization. The publication of several significant applied research and design monographs related specifically to this work include the urban impact study for the new underground metro currently under construction in Quito (A Line in the Andes; Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 2012), a study of the current state of mobility infrastructure for Mexico City (Mexico City: Beyond Geometry and Geography: AR+D, 2015) and, most recently, a comprehensive study and proposal for the transformation of inner-city postindustrial land in São Paulo, Brazil to new, centrally-located affordable housing districts (São Paulo: A Graphic Biography; University of Texas Press 2018).

A Line in the Andes (2012) ISBN 978-1934510346


In 2006, Correa co-founded the Somatic Collaborative (with Anthony Acciavatti), which he still manages today. Working across disciplines and spatial scales, Somatic Collaborative operates at the confluence of Architecture, Landscape, Urbanism, and Infrastructure. Through Somatic, Correa has developed projects for various organizations, both from the public and private sectors, throughout the world. Most recently Somatic has worked in Kassel, Monterrey, Porto Alegre, Quito, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Seoul. Somatic Collaborative conceives design as a mediator across multiple scales of the build environment. Some of Correa's most recent design projects include the Perched House and the Neapolitan Residential and Co-Working Complex. Sited in the outskirts of Kassel (Germany), the Perched House is an experimental home designed as part of the Ways of Life program for Documenta 14, that investigates new relationships between domestic space, remote working, and new connections to nature. The Neapolitan Complex in Porto Alegre, Brazil examines how affordable housing can become the epicenter of new mixed-use and mixed income districts in South American intermediate scale cities.

Cities: X Lines-A New Lens for the Urbanistic Project (2006) ISBN 978-8884472946


Correa was born and raised in Quito, Ecuador. In 1995 he moved to New Orleans, Louisiana where he attended Tulane University for a Bachelor of Architecture. Shortly thereafter, he moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts where he attended Harvard University and graduated with a Master of Architecture in Urban Design degree from the Graduate School of Design. Since then, Correa has split his time between Cambridge, New York, and Quito.


Felipe Correa (born August 21, 1976) is a New York-based architect, urbanist, author, and professor. He is the founder and managing partner of the design practice Somatic Collaborative. Correa is currently the Vincent and Eleanor Shea Professor and the Chair of Architecture at the University of Virginia School of Architecture. Previously, he served as faculty at Harvard Graduate School of Design as an assistant professor (2008-2012), associate professor (2012–2018), and as director of the Master of Architecture in Urban Design (MAUD) program (2009-2018). Correa's writing, research, and design work have been widely published and exhibited.