In the European metropolises under increasing housing pressure, there is a need to search not only quantitatively but also qualitatively – in the “magic” triangle of social, ecological and economic sustainability – for innovative solutions that are affordable for broad sections of the population and free of purely yield-oriented exploitation interests.
This is where LiM comes in to achieve a balance between cooperative solidarity, local challenges and at the same time high living and design qualities. The basis is formed by common guiding principles related to on the five “pillars” of economy, ecology, social sustainability, architecture/design and urban quarters/outside space.