Urban Mobility Lab
Project Assistant, Teaching
Multidisciplinary Design & User Research, Faculty of Informatics, Vienna University of Technology
Arguing for the potential of architecture and design in the establishment of (urban) lab processes, as they are by nature mediating, negotiating and translating between vision and reality, theory and practice as well as constantly operating in diverse scales, media and complex multi-stakeholder environments.
Reflecting and contextualising parameters, process and practices to contribute knowledge on how the often diffuse concepts of living labs or real-world labs are actually being shaped and how space for transdisciplinary and transformative research is created.
The lab methodology as an infrastructure, a continuous prototype and real-time design, structured by interfacing formats of learning and tools of engagement within the relational duality of understanding and creating, strengthens a code of conduct for co-creation.