About

 

Mostlikely is a platform which features work in the field of architecture, design and research. The work is produced by a group of experts and amateurs who cooperate in different legal structures and networks ranging from individual entrepreneurs over non profit organisations to chartered engineers. As a consequence the output of Mostlikely varies from design products over art installations to architecture, as well as from print media to videos.

The work of Mostlikely was honoured with several prizes and published in various media. The members of Mostlikely continually give lectures and workshops in the academic field.

Team

  • Mark Neuner mark.neuner@mostlikely.at
    mark.neuner@mostlikely.at

    Since 2012, Mark Neuner realises interdisciplinary projects of various sizes in the wide field of architecture. In 2015, together with Andreas Lint, he founded the temporary workshop Mostlikely Sudden Workshop. In an open and participatory process new forms of public spaces are conceived and build. In 2018 the first book by Mark Neuner with the title of Mostlikely Sudden Workshop was published by park books. In 2020, Mark Neuner started the Common Space City Model, which researches strategies and case studies on a bigger scale for a positive change. Mark Neuner uses his multifaceted activities and experiences for ongoing teaching activities, exhibitions, lectures and workshops at universities and architectural institutions.

     
    work:

    2021 participant “Vienna Biennale For Change, Kreislaufwerkstätte

    2021 guest critic “24/7 Market Districts”, design studio Prof. Hubert Klumpner, ETH Zurich

    2020 founder of „Common Space City Model“

    2019 workshop, Bauhaus – university, Weimar

    2020 Jury member of competition „Isolationen Bewohnen“

    2019 Conference Design Biotope, Museum Of Architecture, Lijubljana

    2019 expert of Vienna Biennale for Change, MAK Vienna

    2018 publication „Mostlikely Sudden Workshop“, Park Books, Switzerland

    2017 jury member „Shift“ – Förderpreis der Stadt Wien für innovative Projekte

    2017 organisation, programming, moderation of IBA symposium “Neues Soziales Wohnen – Wien 2022”

    2017 „Park macht Platz“, exhibition contribution and demonstrator of Vienna Biennale for Change, MAK

    2017 founding memeber and Chairman of Team Wien – a collective of young Viennese architects

    2016 jury member „Shift“ – Förderpreis der Stadt Wien für innovative Projekte

    2015 founding member of Mostlikely Sudden Workshop

    since 2012 member Ichamber of Austrian architects as civil engineer

    2012 founding of Mostlikely Architecture

     
    education:

    2006 master thesis at Institute of sociology, TU Wien

    2002 & 2004  study visits ETSAM (Madrid), Tangier (Marokko)

    1977 born in Klagenfurt, Carinthia

  • Maik Perfahl maik.perfahl@mostlikely.at
    maik.perfahl@mostlikely.at

    In 2012 Dipl.- Ing. MAIK PERFAHL (1976) founded his Multi-Media and Design office mostlikely and has ever since been working in the fields of Interior Design, Industrial Design, Innovation Strategies and Architecture.

    Within mostlikely, his work ranges from developing concepts, making visualizations, exhibitions and workshops up to the final production of objects and interiors while focusing on the dialogue between crafts and modern technologies like 3d printing, laser cutting or mixed realities .
    His work is defined by a holistic approach, mixed with a sensitive touch for detail and interaction. With his ongoing urge to re-invent, experiment and collaborate, he is able to find meaningful solutions for the fast changing demands of our time.
    Convinced that innovation is mostly driven by context, social interaction and knowledge transfer, he is inventing products like the „DIY Paper Lampshades“, co-founding the innovation hub „TRIALE“ with the Austrian Federal Forests as well as teaching at “die graphische“.

  • Wolfang List wolfgang.list@mostlikely.at
    wolfgang.list@mostlikely.at

    Wolfgang List is a founding member of the architecture and design platform Mostlikely. He held workshops and lectures at the Escuela Taller de Bogotá, the New Design University in St. Pölten, the Vienna University of Technology and the Tongji University in Shanghai. He published the books most likely design, 4.3. – 23.3. Team Wien and Demolished Modified Endangered. Since 2016 Wolfgang List teaches and researches at the Institute of Construction and Design Principles at Graz University of Technology. He received a doctorate for his research Entwerfen mit Modellen – Untersuchung zur Relevanz Analoger Modelle für die Entwurfslehre in 2020.

     

    1978: Born in Vorau / Austria

    2009: Master of Science at Vienna University of Technology / Faculty of Architecture

    2008 – 2009: Interior and exhibition design at the Lomographische AG. Design and realisation of flagship stores at Seoul, Tokyo, New York and Shanghai. Exhibition design and realisation at the London Design Week and the Photokina at Cologne.

    2012: Co-founder of the design and architecture platform Mostlikely

    2014 – 2016: Tutor at Graz University of Technology / Institute of Construction and Design Principles

    2016 – 2020: University Assistant at Graz University of Technology / Institute of Construction and Design Principles

    2017 – 2108: Deputy Head of the Institute of Construction and Design Principles

    2020: Received a doctorate for his research Entwerfen mit Modellen – Untersuchung zur Relevanz Analoger Modelle für die Entwurfslehre

    2020: Senior Lecturer at Graz University of Technology / Institute of Construction and Design Principles

     

    Publications:

    List, Wolfgang: most likely design. How to design, produce and distribute an affordable product, Vienna 2015

    Petersson, Petra / List, Wolfgang (Ed.): 14.3. – 23.3. Team Wien, Graz 2017

    Petersson, Petra / List, Wolfgang (Ed.): Demolished Modified Endangered. Modelling Austrian architecture of the 20th century, Graz 2018

    List, Wolfgang: Entwerfen mit Modellen. Untersuchung zur Relevanz Analoger Modelle für die Entwurfslehre, Dissertation, Graz 2020

     

    Lectures:

    2013: Lecture at Graz University of Technology / Institute for Contemporary Art

    2014: Lecture at the Austrian – Israel Design Forum at the Design Museum Holon / Israel

    2014: Lecture at the Design Dialogue: Austria – South Africa in Cape Town / Joined exhibition

    2015: Lecture at the NÖ Kreativ Wirtschafts Kongress at the New Design University in St. Pölten / Austria

    2016: Lecture at the Crafted in Vienna Symposium

    2017: Lecture at Vienna University of Technology / Department of Spatial and Sustainable Design

    2019: Lecture at HDA – Haus der Architektur in Graz

    2019: Lecture at the 3. Doktorand_innen Symposium der Architekur at the Kunstuniversität Linz

    2020: Lecture at the Symposium of Tongji International Construction Festival organised by Tongji University / Shanghai

    2020: Lecture at the 10. Symposium Entwerfen und Forschen in Architektur und Landschaft organisied by the Leibniz University Hannover / Faculty of Architecture and Landscape

     

    Exhibitions:

    2012: Vienna Design Week / Of Donkeys and Basilisks – low tech prototyping and the process of design

    2013: Salone del Mobile in Milano / Austrian joined exhibition

    2013: Designmonat Graz

    2013: Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven / Austrian joined exhibition

    2014:Salone del Mobile at Milano / Austrian joined exhibition

    2014: Design Dialogue: Austria – South Africa in Cape Town / Joined exhibition

    2017: Vienna Biennale at Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Joined exhibition

    2017: Design Everyday – Design für den Gebrauch at the Vienna Design Week / Joined exhibition

    2018: Demolished Modified Endangered. Modelling Austrian Architecture of the 20th century at HDA – Haus der Architektur / Graz

    2019: Vienna Biennale at Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Joined Exhibition

     

    Workshops:

    2011: Workshop instructor at the Escuela Taller de Bogotá / Columbia

    2013: Workshop instructor at the New Design University in St. Pölten / Austria

    2014: Workshop instructor at Graz University of Technology / Institute for Contemporary Art

    2014: Workshop instructor at the New Design University in St. Pölten / Austria

    2015: Workshop instructor at the New Design University in St. Pölten / Austria

    2017: Workshop instructor at the New Design University in St. Pölten / Austria

    2017: Team leader of the TU Graz participants at the Tongji International Construction Festival / Shanghai

    2019: Team leader of the TU Graz participants at the Tongji International Construction Festival / Shanghai

     

    Awards:

    2012: Prix Découvertes at the Maison & Objet / Paris

    2013: Price for the Best Product at the Blickfang /Vienna

    2017: 2nd Price at the Tongji International Construction Festival / Shanghai

    2019: 1st Price at the Tongji International Construction Festival / Shanghai

  • Bernhard Stubenböck bernhard.stubenboeck@mostlikely.at
    bernhard.stubenboeck@mostlikely.at

    Bernhard Stubenböck is part of the Mostlikely team since august 2018. His broad approach and knowledge renders him perfect for all design phases. He can handle small scale projects up to bigger ones and is in charge of designs, building permits, execution drawings, coordination and the overall project management. Since joining the team he is heavily involved in the project “Swinging Cobenzl” and “Taste”.

    Besides that Bernhard is also know as official Mostlikely facilty manager, emerging painter and advanced smoothie creator/connoisseur.
    Before he started his association with Mostlikely, Bernhard worked for various international architecture offices, including Vo Trong Nghia Architect, Menis Arquitectos and Snøhetta.
    He is a recipient of the Tische Stipendium and earned an Outstanding Artist Award Recognition.

    work:

    2018 – present – Mostlikely Architecture ZT
    2018 – Various Projects, self-employed
    2017 – Self-employed Graphic Designer
    2016 – Vo Trong Nghia Architects, Vietnam
    2015 – Fernando Menis Arquitectos, Spain
    2014 – Snøhetta, Oslo/Innsbruck
    2012 – Jäger ZT GmbH, Innsbruck

    education:

    2014 – Master Thesis, University Innsbruck
    2011 – Bachelor Thesis, University Innsbruck

  • Agnes Schulz-Bongert architecture@mostlikely.at
    architecture@mostlikely.at

    Member of Mostlikely Architecture

     

    More infos coming soon!

  • Irina Nalis irina.nalis@mostlikely.at
    irina.nalis@mostlikely.at

    Transformation Psychologist

    PhD candidate in applied psychology: work, economic and social psychology, University of Vienna (defense summer 2021)

    what do I do:

    I bridge strategy with culture as a researcher and strategist

    how do I do it:

    I bring in insights and innovative thoughts to develop strategies and design processes, projects and positionings of topics, places, persons, brands.

    I work interdisciplinary.

    I call it transformation psychology.

    what do you get:

    insights, inspiration, and innovation conceived and constantly updated from my work between the worlds of architecture, arts, business, communication, culture, design,  (..not going the whole alphabet down, yet it can sometimes feel like it), policy development, prototyping for societal change, social psychiatry, the social sciences and urbanism.

    who works with me:

    all sectors public/private/politics with a focus on NPOs/foundations, cultural institutions, administration/governments

    how do I work with you:

    need-oriented and capability-stretching

    I will hear out your analysis and add my view

    via trends, needs and force field analysis, agile and design thinking methods, case development & prototyping solutions, critical constructive thinking, brand positioning & storytelling, lectures, facilitating workshops, conduction feasibility studies, researching.

     

    a selection of my current purpose projects:

    common space city model – because space is the place to grow as a society, to create instead to consume, to include and innovate, to bridge expertise with experiments, to develop a new self-confidence of and for the common good and to prototype the circular city.

    digital humanism – a Vienna-based global initiative for humanity-centered design to move fast and fix things from a failing digital system where people’s needs are extracted instead of enriched, economic business models are disrupted not often for good, legal frameworks and more often than not democracy is in great danger.

    a local resonance project – an Austrian initiative bridging music and social change-makers (more in summer 2021)

    ongoing as long as possible: learning from and teaching to university students (bachelor and master in psychology, University of Vienna)

     

    a selection of former clients, employers, and projects

    2020 ff member of the Vienna science council jury for scientific projects (MA7)

    2018/19 advisor and strategic communications within the office of city counselor for arts and science, Veronica Kaup-Hasler

    2018ff board member of Verein GIN – one of Viennas carrier organizations for professional assistance, housing, work places for people with mental and physical disabilities

    2017 advisor within the cabinet of former minister of culture, media and constitution, Thomas Drozda

    2015 ff faculty of the University of Vienna, Institute for economic, work and social psychology, uni:docs grant for research excellence

    2006 -2010 co-founder and co-director of the VIENNABIENNALE for fine arts

    2005-2015 brand and communication strategist in leading advertising agencies in Austria and Germany (mostly @ Jung von Matt)

    1996- 2003  assistant to people with mental and physical disabilities

     

    Overall: I am an advocate for new work and new culture. It’s the psychology…and I‘m on #teamhuman see and sign also the Vienna Manifesto on Digital Humanism https://www.informatik.tuwien.ac.at/dighum/index.php

     

  • Marlene Lötsch marlene.loetsch@mostlikely.at
    marlene.loetsch@mostlikely.at

    Marlene is a member of Mostlikely Architecture and Mostlikely Sudden Workshop since 2019. She is particularly interested in the social aspects of architecture and wants to work towards bringing people together and activating spaces through the power of architecture and well designed spaces. Through several design-build projects in Austria and Sweden and by being a team member of Mostlikely, Marlene has especially gained experience in participatory methods and planning for the public. She particularly enjoys working with a diverse group of people. Marlene Lötsch studied Architecture in Vienna and Architecture and Urban Planning, as well as Architecture and Planning beyond Sustainability in Gothenburg, Sweden.

    work:

    2019-present Team member of Mostlikely Sudden Workshop
    2019-present team member of Mostlikely Architecture ZT GmbH
    2018: store interior design concept with on/off Berlin for glore Hamburg
    2018: design/build project with on/off Berlin at Gothenburg’s City Triennale
    2017: part of the team at Chalmers Tekniska Högskola commissioned by the City of Gothenburg to design and build a recycling workshop in Hammarkullen, Gothenburg</div>
    2015-2017: internships at Örag Architecture department and P3 Architecture
    2014: internship at interior design firm Aufschnaiter</div>

    education:

    2018-present: Studying Architecture at master level at Technical University Vienna
    2017-2018: Following the master programmes in  „Architecture and Urban Planning“ and „Architecture and planning beyond Sustainability“ at Chalmers tekniska högskola in Gothenburg, Sweden.
    2013-2017: Following the bachelors programme in Architecture at Technical University Vienna

  • Arne Leibnitz architecture@mostlikely.at
    architecture@mostlikely.at

    Member of Mostlikely Sudden Workshop

     

    More infos coming soon!

  • Christian Höhl christian.hoehl@mostlikely.at
    christian.hoehl@mostlikely.at

    Christian interests are mainly twofold. The first lies in the creation of visualizations, focusing on clear graphic design. The other coincides with the Sudden Workshop. Working together on 1:1 implementation, especially manually with wood, is a valuable balance to the time working at the desk and that’s really great. Christian’s first academic eduction was in the field of timber construction at the University of Applied Science in Salzburg with a semester abroad in Sweden, at the Jönköping University. Next to working at Mostlikely he is studying for a master’s degree in architecture at the University of Technology in Vienna.
     
    work:

    2020 Sudden Workshop Grätzloase for Creative Cluster, Wien

    2019 Sudden Workshop at Design Biotop in Ljubljana

    2019 Sudden Workshop at Bauhaus University in Weimar

    2019 Design team for the Austrian pavilion at the 14th Architecture Biennale in Venice

    2018 Design team for international competition Swinging Cobenzl, 1st Price

    2018 Design team for competition Donaukanal, 1st Price

    2017 Sudden Workshop at „Park macht Platz“ – Team Wien, Wien

    2016 Team member of Mostlikely Sudden Workshop

    2016 Team member of Mostlikely Architecture ZT GmbH

     
    education:

    Currently studying for a master’s degree in architecture at University of Technology Vienna

    2017 Bachelor of Science in Engineering at University of Technology Vienna/ Faculty of Architecture

    2011 Bachelor of Science in Engineering at University of Applied Science Salzburg / Faculty of Timber Construction

     

  • Andreas Lint andreas.lint@mostlikely.at
    andreas.lint@mostlikely.at

    DI Andreas Lint joined Mostlikely in 2014. The first year was all about Irish pubs and one in particular that never got realized. – Too bad. In 2015 Andreas and Mark Neuner teamed up as Mostlikely Sudden Workshop – eager to leave the office chair and conquer city development with on-site interventions while involving as many as possible. Since then Andreas became something like an office-outlaw always trying to get the Sudden Workshop going. Let’s Build!

     

    work (excerpt):

    living and working in vienna

    2020 Univ. Lektor at Vienna University of Technology (Künstlerisches Projekt Biennale Architettura)

    since 2016 freelancing at studio ederkrenn

    2015 Founding Member of “mostlikely sudden workshop“ with architect Mark Neuner

    2015 student‘s Assistant at Department for Urban Planning at Vienna University of Technology

    2014 publication children‘s book “ Der Aufbruch von Schönbrunn“

    2014-2015 freelancing at architecture-/ designstudio mostlikely

    since 2015 self employed in fields of architecture

    since 1990ies practice at wood workshop LINT

     

    education:

    2017 Master‘s Degree in Architecture at Vienna University of Technology

    2008-2013 Bachelor‘s Degree in Architecture at Vienna University of Technology

    born: 24.12.1988 in Stadl-Paura, upper Austria

     

  • Nikolaus Kastinger nikolaus.kastinger@mostlikely.at
    nikolaus.kastinger@mostlikely.at

    It all began when helping hands for a Sudden Workshop in 2015 were needed. By sanding and painting countless wooden boards Nikolaus became part of the following projects and various activities of Mostlikely Sudden Workshop. Starting from hands-on activities in a social, urban and public context, he started to work in design processes and execution planning for Mostlikely Architecture. Through this widespread field of activities, Nikolaus knows to intertwine these different experiences in his work.

     

    work (excerpt):

    2020-present freelancing at fasch&fuchs architekten

    2015-present part of Sudden Workshop team working on several projects

    2019 Design team for the Austrian pavilion at the 14th Architecture Biennale in Venice

    2018 Design team for international competition Swinging Cobenzl, 1st Price

    2016 Team member of Mostlikely Architecture ZT GmbH

    2015 Team member of Mostlikely Sudden Workshop

     

    education:

    2020-present: Master thesis at Technical University Vienna Department Raumgestaltung und Entwerfen

    2017-present: Studying Architecture at master level at Technical University Vienna

    2012-2017: Following the bachelors programme in Architecture at Technical University Vienna

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