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Mark Neuner

mostlikely sudden workshop

http://www.mostlikely.at

Obere Amtshausgasse 49/2, Vienna, Austria
The sudden workshop was founded in 2015 and serves as a realtime laboratory and testbed for the future development of our cities. The team is made up by fixed members, however the aim is to involve as many people as possible in all the projects.

Mostlikely Sudden Workshop


a mobile laboratory for the collective creation of common typologies

Mostlikely Sudden Workshop


a mobile laboratory for the collective creation of common typologies
Against the background of our sudden workshop experience we develop new "common space" typologies.
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Type of project
  • New areas of operation

The sudden workshop is a mobile workshop and tool for the collective reactivation of public space. The simple principles of the sudden workshop invite everybody to participate and to bring in their ideas. So far we could realize different, temporary installations which all acted as prototypes for a shared and collectively maintained city. This 1:1 experience served as background and laboratory for the definition of the “common space” city. It is based on four typologies: “open market”, “open workshop”, “open kitchen” and “centers of new work”. These typologies offer well equipped infrastructures and enable us to actively learn, develop and realize our ideas. The aim of these typologies is to foster our creativity and to demonstrate the potential of our future cities as common resources.

The “future architect” platform helps us to present our ideas to a broader audience, to discuss them with international colleagues and to use the feedback to develop and improve them.


The process of building gets used as starting point.

In cooperation with the spatial institute of TU Wien, several installations were build.

In cooperation with Team Wien a parking lot was transformed into a space for creativity.

A typical space which is housing the mobile workshop.

Mostlikely Sudden Workshop


a mobile laboratory for the collective creation of common typologies

Mostlikely Sudden Workshop


a mobile laboratory for the collective creation of common typologies
Against the background of our sudden workshop experience we develop new "common space" typologies.
File under
Type of project
  • New areas of operation

The sudden workshop is a mobile workshop and tool for the collective reactivation of public space. The simple principles of the sudden workshop invite everybody to participate and to bring in their ideas. So far we could realize different, temporary installations which all acted as prototypes for a shared and collectively maintained city. This 1:1 experience served as background and laboratory for the definition of the “common space” city. It is based on four typologies: “open market”, “open workshop”, “open kitchen” and “centers of new work”. These typologies offer well equipped infrastructures and enable us to actively learn, develop and realize our ideas. The aim of these typologies is to foster our creativity and to demonstrate the potential of our future cities as common resources.

The “future architect” platform helps us to present our ideas to a broader audience, to discuss them with international colleagues and to use the feedback to develop and improve them.


The process of building gets used as starting point.

In cooperation with the spatial institute of TU Wien, several installations were build.

In cooperation with Team Wien a parking lot was transformed into a space for creativity.

A typical space which is housing the mobile workshop.


Idea by

Mark Neuner
mostlikely sudden workshop
Obere Amtshausgasse 49/2
Vienna
Austria
The sudden workshop was founded in 2015 and serves as a realtime laboratory and testbed for the future development of our cities. The team is made up by fixed members, however the aim is to involve as many people as possible in all the projects.