We strive to create a living space for about 100 people – a place for residency and work where people of all ages, different occupations and interests feel at home. We want to preserve traditional skills as well as apply meaningful sustainable technologies.
Living and working in ongoing dialogue with other locals and groups, we aim on building a solidarity economy and support interpersonal relationships on a deep personal level. We wish for mindfulness and respect in our personal relationships as well as an open attitude towards the other and her/his potential.
Organic farming, kitchen and catering, an academy for personal growth, new forms of co-working and other meaningful small business ventures are tangible ideas to put our vision into practical life.
Currently, about 50 adults and 25 children live on our premises, most of them in one big building, a former military base.
Membership & Visitors
- Current members: 70
- Not currently open to new members, but might be in the future
- Rarely open to visitors