Multiplicities analyses and translates microtrends for the benefit of cultural policies, civil society, urban planning and business promotion. We supports administrative and political entities, cluster managers and creative enterprises in defining and implementing their strategic processes. We see ourselves as intermediaries and cultural translators.

Case Clinic in Hamburg

In cooperation with Actors of Urban Change, Multiplicities was facilitating a case clinic at Kraftwerk Bille. 25 artists work in this factory complex from the late 19th century, located in Hammerbrook. Will artists and creative people have affordable spaces for non-commercial, cultural, public use?

Client: Actors of Urban Change / Robert Bosch Stiftung

Urban Design Thinking Challenge

Multiplicities facilitated an Urban Design Thinking Challenge together with Dr. Demet Mutman (Ozyegin University Istanbul) during the festival “Allez Hop!”. International workshop participants applied a bottom-up strategy to activate the Multihalle in Mannheim.

Client: Stadt Mannheim

Feasability study creative quarter Potsdam

Die Machbarkeitsstudie leistet einen Beitrag zum geplanten Kreativquartier und analysiert die Bausteine, Argumente, Chancen, Risiken und Kosten, um der Stadtpolitik, der Verwaltung, den jetzigen und künftigen Nutzer*innen sowie den Potsdamer*innen ein Angebot für eine neues, tragfähiges, von vielen Schultern getragenes Kreativquartier zu machen.

Client: Pro Potsdam GmbH

Urban Encounters in Aksaray (Istanbul)

The workshop "Urban Encounters" was based on a co-productive understanding, it embraces heterogeneity as a valuable source of information. It took place at the 4th IAPS-Network meeting under the title “Istanbul as an Endless Place of Urban Articulation” organized by Özyeğin-Faculty of Architecture a

Client: Özyeğin University Istanbul

Participation. Urbanism. Interaction.

In summer 2018 Multiplicities supported the German-Ukrainian youth exchange "Participation. Urbanism. Interaction". It brought together 20 young participants from Berlin and Chernihiv and promotes discussion about active participation and transformation of public space.

Client: Stiftung Erinnerung, Verantwortung und Zukunft (EVZ), Auswärtiges Amt, Robert-Bosch-Stiftung