Max Utech will work on a research and publication which examines the idea of a common EXISTENZMAXIMUM. At the intersection of architecture, sociology, philosophy and activism, this project seeks to reimagine urban spaces through the lens of queer feminist principles. The core theme EXISTENZMAXIMUM delves deep into maximizing existence, both at the individual and communal levels, and challenges conventional norms of urban planning. The primary goal is to develop structures and spaces that enable individuality and collective unfolding, ensuring that everybody/thing finds a place to thrive without constraints. Emphasizing inclusivity, accessibility and affordability, these structures aim to combat marginalization, providing a space of possibilities for a most diverse (and queer feminist) community - an urban habitat where individual and collective potentials are not just acknowledged but celebrated.