Fountain house


Reexamining the fountain:  In contemporary urban as well as cultural discussions we see a renaissance of the idea of common space, in german either translated as „Allmende“ or „Gemeinschaft“ depending on a relationship towards (city) space or social structures. This is related to the dipole of the private vs. the public as the two dominant categories of the 20th century. Now in the 21st century we find many ways of being together as part of daily life, be it through social media or through community gardens or similar locally rooted projects.



A 100 – Landscapes of Desire

Eine Parade auf der Trasse der zukünftigen Autobahn 100 von Treptow zum Kreuz Neukölln


Filmdokumentation der Parade von raumlaborberlin ist zu sehen im Rahmen des “Urban Species Festival” 16-18.10.2014



Kitchen Monument at Berlinische Galerie

The kitchen is a space of connection an communication.The Kitchen Monument is a mobile sculpture that brings the kitchen into the city. After Liverpool, Duisburg, Utrecht and Venice the Kitchen Monument is now coming to Berlin!




Lectures, Workshops


16.10.2014, Lecture

Everyday Life Prepositions

Sevilla, Everyday Life Prepositions, Jan Liesegang


10.10.2014, Lecture

We are modern

Stockholm / Botkyrka, Fittja – cube, Markus Bader


02.-05.10.2014, Festival, Markt, Kongress

Stadt Land Food

Markthalle 9, Berlin-Kreuzberg, mit einer Minimalgestaltung von raumlaborberlin


02.10.2014, Lecture

Thinking, Living and Building Together

Umeå, Fluid Encounters Between Art and Science (Conference), Federica Menin, Olga Maria Hungar


18.09.2014 – 13:30, Lecture

Surviving the Public

Prag, Streets for Arts Festival 2014 “praga caput cultura”,PANEL: Arts and culture in public spaces, Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius


16.09.2014, Lecture

Guest Lecture

University of Technology, Sydney, Christof Mayer


28.08.2014, Workshop

Do you think? Möbelbauworkshop & Küchenmonument

Berlinische Galerie, raumlaborberlin


07.-27.07.2014, Summer School

Summer School for Experimental Building and New Public Spaces

Darmstadt, Osthang Project, Jan Liesegang


10.07.2014 – 18.00, Lecture

The Aesthetic of Recycling

The Design of Scarcity, The New Instituut (the former NAI archive), Rotterdam, Axel Timm


25.06.2014 – 20.00, Discussion

Braucht Chur Kunst im öffentlichen Raum?

Ortung. Kunst im öffentliche Raum Chur, Theater Chur, Peter Stohler (Kunstzeughaus Rapperswil-Jona), Michael Günzburger (Kunstschaffender), Luciano Fasciati (Künstlerische Leitung Ortung), Angela Wüst (Kunstschaffende), Andrea Hofmann (Architektin/raumlaborberlin)


04.06.2014 -18.00, Discussion

Design Build – Work in Progress

Bella Vista, Orangelab, Berlin, Eike Roswag (ZRS Architekten), Prof. Ralf Pasel (pasel.künzel architects), Tobias Armborst (Interboro Partners), Ursula Hartig (Mexiko Projekt TU Berlin), Prof. Ulf Blieske (FH Köln), Die Baupiloten BDA, Rising Education, Jan Liesegang (raumlaborberlin)


28.05.2014, Symposium


mice.lab des Netzwerks BodenseeMeeting, Forschungslabor für Kongresse der Zukunft, Andrea Hofmann


26.05.2014 – 18:00, Lecture

The Right to the City

Bratislava, What City? Conference, Christof Mayer


23.05.2014 – 18.00, Lecture

Die Ästhetik des Recyclings

SAKöln Fakultät für Architektur, Symposium zum 100jährigen Jubiläum der Werkbundausstellung Cöln 1914, K10, Axel Timm


21.05.2014 – 19.00, Lecture

Antrittsvorlesung: Situationen Konstruieren

Universität Kassel, K10, Henschelstraße 2, Raum 1140, Markus Bader





Mo-we-Mo-bil is a self-built experimental mobile cinema. It aims at (re)activating spaces in Helsinki by bringing people together for public screenings, intervening on relevant topics. It is made of a projection-unit on wheels and foldable chairs, which have been built in multiple workshops hold in Kontula (Kontupiste) and the TO THE SQUARE 2 festival’s Lasipalatsi Square.




An existing informal pedestrian route next to Durban’s busy N3 motorway gets a roof structure made from the gutted shells of old cars, acknowledging the everyday practices of local commuters.


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JA! tempelhof

Berlin – Tempelhof 2014. Der Volksentscheid geht für das Feld, für das Gefühl von Freie und gegen Bebauung, gegen eine Planung, die Zuletzt das Vertrauen der Bürger verloren hat! Gratulation 100% Tempelhof, Gratulation Berlin! Es lebe das Feld! Es lebe die Vielfalt! Es lebe ein Stück entspanntes, ungetriebenes Berlin!




Kiez KulTOUR

Die Aktionsreihe “Kiez KulTOUR” möchte mit unterschiedlichen Formaten das Interesse an den Besonderheiten und kulturellen Potentialen des Quartiers Wassertorplatz wecken, Möglichkeiten der Begegnung für unterschiedliche Bewohnergruppen schaffen und eine aktive Auseinandersetzung mit der Nachbarschaft initiieren.



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HOTEL shabbyshabby

  Have you ever wondered why hotel rooms are rarely places you’d gladly fall asleep or wake up in? They often present you with ghastly carpets,antiseptic surfaces, perfidious artworks and dreadfully decorated walls, not to mention a disappointing view and a catastrophic hotel bar. Is it so difficult to design a room where someone would enjoy spending a night? A room that offers a unique view, a divine bed and is as snug a beaver’s den? more

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Re-cycling, up-cycling, pre-cycling – we like to use materials with a story. We se the material world as a world of flows and transfigurations and our intervention in it aas a moment of diversion of these flows. We like to borrow stuff from the system of resource cycles, we like to cut short the cycles of resource – product – trash to explore ways to focus more on imagination and less on consumption of  ressources. In many project we use discarded materials as old doors, windows, furniture, bottles, car door to create new spaces. For temporary projects we extract elements form the production cycle and return them at the end of the projects.



The urban transformation process in the cities of the former GDR was for a long time framed as a process of shrinkage. Underlying to this is a fundamental change from a socialist to a capitalist economy. Workplaces were lost, career paths disrupted, social contexts dissolved. At the same time, the peaceful end of the socialist regime was the beginning of a big utopian hope to a society which is more inclusive, democratic, fair and free.




The GREATED FUTURES is a vision of a space in a post-oil-shock-scenario, where today merges with the past, by referring to metaphoric narratives of past visions of the future. It is shown as part of the exhibition “regress / progress” at the The Centre for Contemporary Art in Warsaw. more


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