MOSTLIKELY combines architecture, computer graphics and design. The projects vary from buildings to art installations as well as from videos to product designs, whereas boundaries between branches are most likely free flowing. The Viennese platform was founded in 2012 and is run by Wolfgang List, Maik Perfahl and Mark Neuner.

mostlikely sudden workshop was founded in 2015 by Andreas Lint and Mark Neuner and has since grown to a collective with steady members Christian Höhl, Nikolaus Kastinger, Arne Leibnitz and Marlene Lötsch.

The work of mostlikely was honoured with several prizes and the members of mostlikely continually give lectures and workshops in the academic field.

 

MOSTLIKELY team: Mark Neuner, Maik Perfahl, Wolfgang List, Christian Höhl, Nikolaus Kastinger, Andreas Lint, Bernhard Stubenböck, Marlene Lötsch, Karl Kühn, Irina Nalis, Agnes Schulz-Bongert, Arne Leibnitz

Former partners: Robert Schwarz (2012-2014), Kurt Mühlbauer (2013-2015),
Former fellows: Eva Tucek, Daniele Roccaro, Eleonora Mauri, Zarina Belousova, Mila Boras, Sonia Blanco, Gloria Hinterleitner, Alexander Fischer, Vanessa Bühl