The open collective LU’UM consists of architects, urban practitioners and artists. Their practice focuses on designing, building, researching and curating spaces of encounter to find ways of how transdisciplinary perspectives can affect the way we perceive, engage and interact with the space that surrounds us. Their approach is characterised by an open, process-oriented way of working, in which learning from another is central.

They use MOKIT in their work to draft quick ideas and temporary scenography.