A dream of a world without property (either material or immaterial) rights. An architecture of unlocked doors, permeable walls, temporarily occupied and shared smart -in terms of ecology and economy, as well as technology- habitats; the co-creation of collective living, decision-making, care-taking based on interde-pendence of diverse subjectivities, skills, and motivations.
- How can the urban commons be an inspiration for developing novel critical spatial approaches?
How can the concepts of the common good, critical spatial practice and post-capitalism, the agency of hacking and feminism help us to create the commons architecture?
- What are the alternative strategies and tactics to enable collective visioning and co-creation of the archi-tecture of the urban commons?