Sustainable co-working model is based on self-organised initiatives in local multicultural urban and migrant communities, implementing a horizontal educational management structure rather then a hierarchical one, practicing cooperative and mutual principles depending on capacities and education of individuals. People working and living together in interdisciplinary groups are exchanging interdisciplinary knowledge and experiences, creating a free access to learning about human rights, enterprise development, life skills, research, use of technologies enabling people to be socially integrated, plus interconnected with diverse similar on-line communities.

  1. A model combines several areas of intangible cultural heritage: music, myth, hand-work, craftsmanship, gardening, food production, everyday equipment, sustainability thinking, architecture, energy efficiency (low power computing, rechargeable batteries, conversion of local renewable resources), ICT innovations etc. – using traditional and technological methods in innovative ways.
  1. Co-working model thus integrates archaic processes and ancestral production methods with more complex and sophisticated technology, creating a production line, branding, marketing and promotional plan (sale, on-line sale) of innovative products in fashion, furniture, social event management, culinary and food production, production of survival kits, smart design, ICT products.