Stille Straße 10

Occupation Stille Straße 2012, Photo: Peter Lämmer

Berlin-based initiatives dedicated to resisting displacement, rent hikes, and the loss of public space have become the clients of international architectural practices.

In a process of constructive dialogue, housing concepts are elaborated and realized as 1:1 models within the exhibition. The members of the informal community center Stille Straße 10, located in Berlin’s Pankow district, engage in discussions with the London-based architecture collective Assemble. Their co-operation has yielded the design of a communal house, whose individual residential units can be specifically tailored to suit each life phase and changing needs.