Kitchen 21

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The # Küche 21 – 1:1 project created a new impulse on the market of a remote subcenter of Vienna, mixing different target groups and activating public space with the production of an architectural intervention: A kitchen that works as a public platform on the market, allowing for cooking events with food directly from the market, spontaneous gatherings and various low-threshold events for the local community organized by students and locals. At the moment it is still in use as described, but due to its temporary nature the permit is valid for two more weeks. Currently I am organizing an after-use in the outdoor spaces of a refugee camp in Vienna.

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Mentors: Johannes Paar (Department for Building Theory by Design, TU Wien) & Sami Rintala Location: Vienna, Austria Project title: Küche 21 (Kitchen 21) Project team: 29 students – Rouzbeh Abdollahzadeh Lahiji, Gizem Atac Önal, Sarah Katharina Beyer, Anna Boustani, Betül Boyacioglu, Jana Chlupová, Julia Fuchshuber, Bianca Gamser, Vadim Ghiorghiu, Elis Hackaj, Mireille Hohlbaum, Julia Brigitte Kanz, Stephanie Koppensteiner, Samuel Métraux, Kadri Muzaqi, Pavel Nikolov, Julian Nocker, Agnes Pachucki, Bogdan Palade, Irina Pardametz, Julia Puchegger, Charles Rauchs, Vittorio Salvadori, Lorenz Schreiner, Veronika Sevcikova, Thomas Sommerauer, Viktoria Stöhr, Ömer Sait Telli, Cristina Vlascici Community coordinators: Gebietsbetreuung GB*21, responsible for coordinating events, activities etc. for the pavilion Construction year: 2016