Mark Neuner

    “Opening the city as a common resource!”

    Mark Neuner (1977) realizes projects in the field of architecture and urbanism.

    In 2012 Mark Neuner founded the office “Mostlikely Architecture” and realizes projects of different scales between urban masterplan, public buildings and public furniture.
    Designing the antropecene: On the urban level, strategies and concepts are developed with the “Common Space Model” to shape the transformation of our cities into open and livable places.
    Let’s build this city: With the team of the “Sudden Workshop” and the power of many, committed city dwellers, the first prototypes of this open vision of city have already been built in the temporary and mobile workshop and operated in a publicly effective way. This approach is presented in detail in his book “Mostlikely Sudden Workshop”, which was published in 2018 by the Swiss publisher Park Books.
    Cooperation, not competition: In 2017, Mark Neuner and a group of architects and artists initiated the association “Team Wien” to cooperate on self-imposed tasks instead of working against each other in competitions.

    Mark Neuner uses his multi-layered 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 work has been exhibited at international architecture biennials.


    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 of chamber of Austrian architects as civil engineer

    2012 founding of Mostlikely Architecture


    2006 master thesis at Institute of sociology for architects, TU Wien

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

    1977 born in Klagenfurt, Carinthia

    Christian Höhl

      Christian holds a master’s degree in architecture at the University of Technology in Vienna. His 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


      2022 Project lead for Cultural Pavilion Semmering

      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


      Master’s degree in architecture at University of Technology Vienna

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

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


      Marlene Lötsch

        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.

        Felix Redmann

          Felix Redmann studied architecture in Vienna and has recently joined Mostlikely Architecture. In 2018, he broadened his experiences with an internship at a New York furniture and design showroom. Graduating from the Technical University of Vienna in 2022, his diploma project, “Land schafft Stadt,” focused on the interplay between urban and rural spaces, transforming a former Vienna railway site into an innovative urban scenario. Beyond architecture he developed a passion for analog photography, using it to capture urban scenes and convey unique atmospheres and narratives.

          Irina Nalis

            Transformation Psychologist

            Irina Nalis, Ph.D. in Psychology, is an interdisciplinary collaborator in Mostlikely Architecture, where her expertise in research and strategic innovation significantly shape their approach to design human(ity)-centered. She contributes social science concepts and strategic consulting methodologies to drive social transformation. Her work commits to creating spaces and solutions that are not only architecturally sound but also socially and environmentally conscious. Transformation is a teamsport.


            Projects at Mostlikely Architecture


            • Blühender Naschmarkt: contributions on how traditional spaces can be innovatively reimagined from a social and an ecological perspective for a sustainable future
            • Donauversum/Sunken City: part of the common space team which cocreated a new kind of public space on Donauinsel, Vienna, focusing on leisure, co-working, and cultural facilities. The project is notable for its emphasis on free, spontaneous use and accessibility.
            • Weitsicht Cobenzl


            Academic Research and Teaching Engagements: integrating psychological insights into construction and design methods, addressing contemporary societal and environmental challenges, emphasizing human-centered design and sustainable solutions in architecture and urban planning.

            • teaching at University of Vienna
            • research at Christian Doppler Lab/TU Wien (artificial intelligence, machine learning, responsible recommendations, digital humanism)
            • collaborations with Dr. Wolfgang List and Prof. Petra Petersson at TU Graz,
            • guest critic role at ETH Zürich with Hubert Klumpner, Prof. Ruth Mateus-Berr, University of Applied Arts (Vienna), Prof. Friedrich von Borries (HBFK, Hamburg), Liebling Haus (Tel Aviv)


            Exhibitions and awards (selection)

            • Viennabiennale for Change 2021 Urban Imaginary Circular Workshop
            • Vienna Design 2021 Public Prototyping Circular Workshop
            • Creatives for Vienna Award Circular Hub
            • Vienna Design Week 2023 Circular Hub

            Bernhard Stubenböck

              Bernhard Stubenböck is part of the Mostlikely Architecture 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 was involved in the project “Weitsicht Cobenzl” and “Taste”.

              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.


              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


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