Multiplicities invited to the "Urban Innovation Lab Neckarstadt-West: Co-create your Kiez!" as part of the design festival Uncover. Together with Mannheimers and guests from Heilbronn and North Rhine-Westphalia, observations and moods on the situation of the Neckarstadt-West were developed in film, audio, photography or text on two consecutive days.

Through the design thinking process and the direct view into the neighbourhood, the participants of the lab have initiated thought-provoking impulses and ideas for potential changes in the Neckarstadt-West. The implementation of the participants' ideas was based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Due to the diversity of participants in the workspace, a wealth of thoughtful impulses could be found, which could contribute to maintaining a multi-dimensional view of the potentials of the Neckarstadt-West.

Client

Kulturelle Stadtentwicklung Mannheim

Project time

March 2018 - July

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Photo: Stadt Augsburg

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Photo: Multiplicities / Belius GmbH

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Photo: Florian Büttner

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