CTB Lab 04 Kassel

In a collaboration with Dynamo Windrad, Streetbolzer e.V., and the ruruHaus, the Fussballaballa tool was implemented in and adapted to a new setting as part of the documenta fifteen – the largest German contemporary art exhibition held every five years - in Kassel, Germany. The fourth iteration of the CTB Lab brought together different local communities through critical public viewing of the EURO 2020 which was embedded in a discursive program reflecting on a multitude of issues surrounding the sport. | ›

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Fussballaballa in Kassel @ documenta 15

For the first time, Fussballaballa left its Berlin-Moabit home for Kassel for this years Euro 2020. The weekend of the quarterfinals was the beginning to an alternative public viewing experience, providing critical perspectives on football and bringing together communities. | ›

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Hybrid Workshop: Curfew Urbanism

In a workshop blending offline field work and online prototyping, we tried to design tools for the new abnormal. | ›

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Dressing-Up the City Void (2014-2021)

Initiated in 2014, the project Vivacidade sought to revive forgotten corners in Aveiro, Portugal, and created a new public square: Largo de São Sebastião. We revisited the project and looked at how it has developed over the years since. | ›

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Naš List: Localised urban practices in the times of multiple uncertainty

Among many things, the 2020 CTB Lab in Rijeka, produced a local newspaper called Nas List that is meant to connect the neighbourhood and strengthen local identity. Here, you can read a commentary from the newspaper written by CTB’s Miodrag Kuč. | ›

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About the tool

An exercise in empathy: Estate Collage teaches children to view their estate through the eyes of its marginalized inhabitants


Community Empowerment / Ecological Awareness / Heritage awareness / Inclusion of Marginalised / Innovation of Heritage / Intergenerational Understanding / Rethinking Modernist Housing / Unterstanding local Identity

Estate Collage

Lublin, PL Alternative Pedagogy Workshops

About the tool

Habitabis is a festival for sharing, collaborating and creating on themes of rehousing and social housing.


Citizen Engagement / Community activation / Community Empowerment / Inclusion of Marginalised / Knowledge Exchange / Knowledge Production / Neighbourhood Activation / Political Critique / Skill exchange / Social cohesion / Sustainable Mobility / Unterstanding local Identity

Habitabis Festival

Lisbon, PT Conference Festival Workshops