From the academic research of Architectural Democracy, there has been several practical implementations:

Architecture by Kids



Rebuild your city from memory

Museums for discussions


no frozen history, museums are places for discussion


We are developing the technology that will take the facades out of the buildings and show what is inside. Then you can simply add more info to the space. 


This will allow citizens to understand better its hidden value, enhancing tourism, communal life and adding public pressure to avoid the destruction of our heritage but to preserve it with creativity!


What if citizens could have a shop window regardless if they live on the ground floor or on the 10th floor? 

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Urban Dots

MIT CityScience Lab

The new interactive urban planning game, that both kids and adults can use for both playing and research. In planning cities, there are no perfect solutions, we all do the best we can with the time we have!

In collaboration with:

Lähiöfest 2019

City Science Lab @Aalto with MIT Media Lab

Architectural Democracy


Architecture by Kids


The 1st show was in Qatar, Doha, at the WISE conference 2019, Learning Lab

Construction of a city with wooden blocks. Kids used their memory, and their imagination to rebuild Doha. A new model of the city, created by young people! 


Heritage and real estate


X-Ray Stories


Use your smartphone to have Superman’s X-ray vision of the Marmoripalatsi which transports you to the past. 


We publicly reveal new architectural and historical dimensions of buildings, important for both citizen awareness and commercial purposes.


* loop stories are based on the 2012 report from Luhtala and Manninen


*** a project by Hugo Pires, Rolf Kruse, Miguel Fonseca and Pedro Aibéo 2015


Museums for discussions


no frozen history, museums are places for discussion


The Mannerheim Museum in Helsinki presents the history of a controversial figure of the world history. 


In 2014 we did the 3D capturing of the museum and we are now working on a platform to change this paradigma from frozen history into to places for discussion by making its objects and building editable.


Find new relationships, add other sources of information, be the curator!