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Michaela Solnická for JUMP

Jakub Cigler Architekti / unlimited

http://www.unlimitedjca.com

moulikova 3286/1b, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Visual artist, designer and architect of Czech origin, based in Burkina since 2012 when she joined the team of JCA - Jakub Cigler Architekti. Since 2013 she has been conducting their experimental and pro-bono activities for the benefit of cultural actors in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso. Her research on aesthetics allows her to explore diverse materials, methods and media with artists and dancers on stage and in public space. With Ladji Kone she co-directs dance company Ciel K.

Jump Hub


the place where people develop ideas, encourage innovation, share know-how, empower the competences

Jump Hub


the place where people develop ideas, encourage innovation, share know-how, empower the competences
The JUMPHUB is primarily an office for the collective JUMP, a meeting and co-working space, a place to develop ideas, to encourage creativity, to promote artistic production and cultural diffusion, a showcase of activities of JUMP and its residents.
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The co-working hubs are driving mechanisms in the context of networking and idea developing. The collective initiatives attract young people and support their entrepreneurial spirit. With this in mind, the JUMPHUB was built in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
The JUMPHUB intends to promote a creativity as a factor of social development. The main objective is to link art and culture with awareness in various areas, such as informal education, respect for the environment, sustainability of urban life, social equality and emancipation, democracy, peace and stability. The culture is understood as an essential element of dialogue and mutual understanding.
One open space, 35 m2, 175 m3, 1 hammock, 4 platforms, 0 limit and a number of solutions adapted for all dreams and needs of JUMP. The idea is to create various spaces for meetings, work, consultation, entertainment, inspiration, varied and dynamic spaces intending to awaken dynamism and curiosity…



Image caption from TanzSalon 2019 in Ouagadougou - on of the working session of TanzSalon, a gathering, an artist encounter, initiated by dancer and choreographer Meg Stuart in collaboration with dancer, choreographer and artist Moriah Evans. The session was about the participation, alternative spaces and community engagement.

Image caption of the mezzanine space in the interior of the JUMPHUB, a space for individual work, meetings for small groups

Image caption of the local bboys from the collective JUMP working on an audiovisual project

Image caption of the construction - the JUMP manager assisting bricklayers with the facade. The name JUMP, stands for “Jeunesse Unie pour un Mouvement Positif (Youth United for a Positive Movement). This acronym appears on the façades – the placement of small windows and openings can be read as the Morse Code.

Image caption from the beginning of the construction when the JUMP members, neighbours ou by-passers stopped to unload the bricks from the truck.

Jump Hub


the place where people develop ideas, encourage innovation, share know-how, empower the competences

Jump Hub


the place where people develop ideas, encourage innovation, share know-how, empower the competences
The JUMPHUB is primarily an office for the collective JUMP, a meeting and co-working space, a place to develop ideas, to encourage creativity, to promote artistic production and cultural diffusion, a showcase of activities of JUMP and its residents.
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The co-working hubs are driving mechanisms in the context of networking and idea developing. The collective initiatives attract young people and support their entrepreneurial spirit. With this in mind, the JUMPHUB was built in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
The JUMPHUB intends to promote a creativity as a factor of social development. The main objective is to link art and culture with awareness in various areas, such as informal education, respect for the environment, sustainability of urban life, social equality and emancipation, democracy, peace and stability. The culture is understood as an essential element of dialogue and mutual understanding.
One open space, 35 m2, 175 m3, 1 hammock, 4 platforms, 0 limit and a number of solutions adapted for all dreams and needs of JUMP. The idea is to create various spaces for meetings, work, consultation, entertainment, inspiration, varied and dynamic spaces intending to awaken dynamism and curiosity…



Image caption from TanzSalon 2019 in Ouagadougou - on of the working session of TanzSalon, a gathering, an artist encounter, initiated by dancer and choreographer Meg Stuart in collaboration with dancer, choreographer and artist Moriah Evans. The session was about the participation, alternative spaces and community engagement.

Image caption of the mezzanine space in the interior of the JUMPHUB, a space for individual work, meetings for small groups

Image caption of the local bboys from the collective JUMP working on an audiovisual project

Image caption of the construction - the JUMP manager assisting bricklayers with the facade. The name JUMP, stands for “Jeunesse Unie pour un Mouvement Positif (Youth United for a Positive Movement). This acronym appears on the façades – the placement of small windows and openings can be read as the Morse Code.

Image caption from the beginning of the construction when the JUMP members, neighbours ou by-passers stopped to unload the bricks from the truck.


Idea by

Michaela Solnická for JUMP
Jakub Cigler Architekti / unlimited
moulikova 3286/1b
Ouagadougou
Burkina Faso
Visual artist, designer and architect of Czech origin, based in Burkina since 2012 when she joined the team of JCA - Jakub Cigler Architekti. Since 2013 she has been conducting their experimental and pro-bono activities for the benefit of cultural actors in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso. Her research on aesthetics allows her to explore diverse materials, methods and media with artists and dancers on stage and in public space. With Ladji Kone she co-directs dance company Ciel K.