Resilient Urban Development

Learning from Collaborative Housing Projects

Monday, 4 December 2023, 16:00
Gleis 21, Bloch-Bauer-Promenade 22, 1100 Vienna

CO-HOPE (Collaborative Housing in a Pandemic Era), is an international research project involving institutions from Sweden, Austria, Finland, France and Spain. Through theoretically informed applied research on collaborative housing, this project aims at generating potential-oriented recommendations for policymakers, and implementing an international capacity building programme on collaborative housing that tackles the affordability-integration-health nexus.

In the course of a two day working session in Vienna, the project team will share some of the insights gained thus far with the local public.

The public event „Resilient Urban Development - Learning from Collaborative Housing Projects“ wants to give you an understanding of the project and first results from it. A panel discussion involving local experts will reflect on the merits and potential of collaborative housing projects in the wider context of urban development, as well as highlighting lessons learned and room for improvement.

Please register here for the event!

Hosted by:

Robert Temel & future.lab, TU Wien Project Partners AT CO-HOPE


UIV Urban Innovation Vienna GmbH
Phone: +43 1 4000 84282


CO-HOPE Stakeholder Workshop

Monday, 4 December 2023, 13:00
Gleis 21, Bloch-Bauer-Promenade 22, 1100 Vienna

Several workshops with residents of Viennese Co-Housing projects were already held in 2022, focusing on the further development of individual models with a particular focus on the key topics of the research project: affordability, social integration, health and right to the city.

Within the Stakeholder Workshop on December 4th between 1.00 pm and 3.30 pm these results will be presented and discussed at different working groups.

More information and registration