founded by igor bragado and miles gertler at princeton university in 2015, common accounts is a design practice which operates between seoul, toronto, and new york. their work ""three ordinary funerals: home for the virtual afterlife"" was exhibited at the 2017 seoul international biennale on architecture and urbanism and ""going fluid: the cosmetic protocols of gangnam"" at the third istanbul design biennial in 2016. bragado and gertler have lectured in beijing, toronto, istanbul, dubai, seoul, ithaca and new york, and recent work has appeared at the a+d museum in los angeles, in uncube magazine, frame magazine, artsy, and dezeen. they have taught atcornell university , university of toronto , university of waterlooand the cooper union , their work has been acquired by the national museum of modern and contemporary art of korea. gertler has mounted three solo shows of visual art with toronto's corkin gallery and was awarded the henry adams aia certificate at princeton university. bragado was awarded the 2019 spanish rome prize and the 2017 writing prize by the design history society.