The Productivity of Common Ownership Models
Dozent*innen: Prof. Dr. Gabu Heindl, Iva Marcetic
More than ever in modern history, housing and urban land are the most tradable and wealth building forms of property. This means that the process of spatial planning and building is simultaneously part of a process of creating wealth in the financial market. During the seminar Common ownership models, we investigated the connection between the spatiality of a certain location with its role as a major asset in the financial market. Our group investigative research is exemplified through property that Vonovia, the second biggest listed real estate company in Germany, holds in the city of Kassel. With graphic and spoken presentation we show the performative nature of financial market transposed to the terrain of the city and counter it with common housing ownership initiatives.