To transform our environment into a more resilient and inclusive one, we have developed three strategies: Co-Creation, Circular Architecture and Common Space. Here we present a short guideline to Co-Creation.

Our Co-Creation strategy builds on cooperation rather than competition. It strengthens democratic, participatory decision-making processes by bringing together different stakeholders to enable socially just, informed planning through new participation formats.


Our contribution to the solution:
Our most direct contribution is the way we build our own company:  Mostlikely is organized as an open, flexible platform for architecture, design and research. Thus, the work presented on the platform emerges in various constellations and corporate structures: from the classically organized architecture firm, to interdisciplinary work formats to open associations.

This multifaceted cosmos enables a processual way of working and is enriched by project-specific collaborations and a broad exchange with external experts.





Step_1: From problem to potential!


  • exponentially growing knowledge
  • outdated idea of „all-knowing“ generalist
  • immaterial sphere


  • swarm intelligence
  • many achieve a lot
  • Sharing of competences and responsibilities
  • creative atmosphere at work
From all-knowing universal scholars in the past to swarm intelligence today



Step_2: Synergies create innovations 


  • monitoring and mapping of local potentials and innovations
  • monitoring and mapping of local actors
  • creation of a local network for collaboration


Monitoring of local potentials and actors



Step_3: Collaborative Process


  • Put together an interdisciplinary team
  • define the rules for collaboration
  • Establish an open working process through Common Space Tools
  • Benefit from digital and analogue tools


Digital and analogue tools for a collaborative process



Step_4: Common decision-making


  • create common goals by using impact models
  • evaluate decisions and solutions by using impact indicators


Impact models as tools for common decision-making



Step_5: Open Design Formats


  • make the process acessible
  • actively involve stakeholders
  • develop specific working methods


Club "Team Wien" and members of cooperative process Naschmarkt




Our outstanding references:


Circular Hub
Sudden Workshop
Common Space
Transform Ternitz
Donauversum (Sunken City)
Team Wien
Park macht Platz