Disruptivity by Design

Common Space

Irina Nalis (AT), Mark Neuner (AT)

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Limited number of participants with registration.

Dancing Circularity

As part of the project „The Common Space City Model,“ Mostlikely addresses the question of how new typologies can be integrated to foster public spaces and communally used spatial resources. Topics such as new work, production in the city or the redesign of markets are examined from the perspective of ecological, social and economic sustainability and the opportunities and risks of the digital.

The case „circular economy lab“ will be drawn on to discuss how to innovatively combine the creative, entrepreneurial potential of the city with material resources. Based on the Common Space City Model, the workshop will address questions about the needs and design of spaces, as well as sustainable construction and forms of operation. The aim is to create a new level of public spaces, i.e. innovation for and with public space oriented towards the common good.

Project Credits: Mostlikely (AT)

Irina Nalis: She is a freelance researcher and strategy consultant working in the field of transformational psychology. She has 15+ years of experience consulting with private/public/non-profit institutions. As an initiator, co-designer and facilitator of a variety of projects at the intersections of politics/economics/science/arts and civil society, she seeks to co-creatively develop resources for resonance and resilience. As a lecturer and university teacher, she seeks to share insights on UN SDG 8 (decent work and economic growth) on dignified work but also on psychological growth.

Mark Neuner: Since 2012, Mark Neuner has been realizing interdisciplinary architectural projects on various scales with his office Mostlikely Architecture. Mark Neuner uses his multi-faceted activities and experience for ongoing teaching activities, lectures and workshops at universities and architectural institutions. This is reinforced by ongoing jury work and consulting services. Mark Neuner’s office has been awarded several funding prizes and exhibited at architecture biennials.