Since 2012 Mark Neuner manages the architectural projects of MOSTLIKELY which encompass buildings and installations of various sizes.

In his work he embraces participatory approaches using collaborative working and learning methods. Believing firmly in these principles, he co-founded the sudden workshop – a mobile, temporary workshop which took place in various sites all over Vienna. In a collective action and with the help of the many, vacant spaces were reactivated and new uses of public space were introduced. Based on these field experiences, he gathered a broader vision for the development of our cities which he published in his first book „mostlikely sudden workshop“ published by park books. The book proclaims new typologies for public buildings and spaces which lay the groundstone for an inclusive city called the „common space“ city model.


awards (excerpt):

2009: 2nd prize Ohrenstrand mobil (temporary opera, Berlin)

2014: selected for “100 best houses of Austria”

2016: grant for „Kitchen Sculpture“, Soho in Ottakring

2016: grant for book project mostlikely sudden workshop

2017: selection for the Vienna Biennale with Team Vienna „Park macht Platz“

2017: grant for scientific work, MA7 for mostlikely sudden workshop

2018: 1st prize, competition Schloss Restaurant Cobenzl Neu, in cooperation with Realarchitektur

2018: 1st prize „Donaukanal Neu“


work (excerpt):

1999-2006: various working & internships

2007: Cooperation „Casa Gran Tourismo“, Lisbon Portugal

2008-2009: Partner Architekturbüro „Sektor-A“, Vienna

2009 – 2013: independent work

2012: founded „mostlikely architecture ZT Office“

2015: co-founded „mostlikely sudden workshop“

2014-2016: jury member of „Shift“

2017: “Park macht Platz”, Vienna Biennale, in cooperation with Team Vienna

2017: teaching & cooperation with the department of spatial and sustainable design, TU Vienna


education (excerpt):

1997-2006: architecture at the Vienna University of Technology

2002-2003: architecture at ETSAM Madrid, Spain

2003: institute for composition and electroacoustics, university of music and performing arts, Vienna

2004-2005: research study in Tangier, Morocco

2006: Diploma at the Institute of Sociology for Architects University of Technology, Vienna