considers itself to be an open network, where information and knowhow is shared.
We see ourselves as an assemblance of both a core network, defined by the ‘active teams,’ and a larger, loose network in which exchange takes place. Wonderland developed as a bottom up project connecting young architects.
The European network consists of teams and partners from most European countries. The specific aim of the NonProfit Organisation is the enabling of transnational collaborative projects and working beyond existing professional and cultural borders. Wonderland is a platform of exchange for upcoming architects, urbanists, designers, photographers, filmmakers, researchers and many more across Europe, who deal with space and its distribution and design.
We are around 8 people working on project bases, 1 part time employee and 100 members of the network. Wonderland started as a wish to create projects, which can improve our (future) lives in the built environment. Our journey started in 2002 in the Austrian county Corinthia with 11 ambitious architects. Many milestones have been walked since then. In 2010 wonderland started to implement interactive formats to ensure the public involvement in the ongoing architecture debate.
Project Space is a participative workshop with international experts and local stakeholders on site. Blind date is an interdiscipline and interactive discussion format, where the participants are selected on the basis of the topic. Movies in wonderland is a pop-up film festival with architecture and urban topics, presented to a wider audience. Researches and publishings are continued. Here you can find a list of all the Wonderland’s projects: https://wonderland.cx/new/news/list-of-wonderland-projects/