oh tinyville

The Pop Up Store "oh tinyville" is a temporarily used market stall. It offers space for independent mothers from the cultural and creative industries at Elisabethmarkt - with play areas and creative afternoons for children and accompanying cultural programs such as readings, concerts, workshops and pop-up shopping.


Type of intervention: Action
Project character: temporary use / event
Theme: social city / active city
Project goal: Activation / play

Project location: Munich; Elisabethmarkt Markthäuschen 22, Elisabethplatz
Project dimension: 50m²

Project period: 03.05.2019 until December
Project duration: 8 months
project frequency: one-time
Project timings: ongoing

Type of open space: market stall
Ownership: public land
Accessibility: temporary with access restriction: workplace rent, target group restriction (mothers)

Client*s: Municipal department, Markthallen München // Administration
Creators: Justyne Dembowski, Katharina Legge // Entrepreneurs
Project partners: Competence Team Cultural and Creative Industries, City of Munich
Other actors: unknown

(Commissioned) budget: none
Funding: unknown
Own funds: crowdfunding

Planning context ★★☆☆☆
Thematic planning context:
The Pop Up Store will create a space for mothers to network. By supporting self-employment and motherhood, the Pop Up Store contributes to a more social city and to the promotion and integration of a specific target group.

Spatial Planning Reference:
The Elisabethmarkt, which is in transformation, is enlivened by the interim use during the reconstruction. Beyond that, there is no planning reference of its own.

Research sources
Kohrs, C., 16.04.19. Work, network and feel good. ,07.06.19
Frank, K., 16.04.19. New interim use - oh tinyville on the Elisabethmarkt. ,07.06.19
Enninger, J., 2019. #kreativmuenchen crowdfunding. kreativ-muenchen-crowdfunding.de/h/crowdfunding.html (13.06.19)
Rathaus Umschau 74 / 2019, 16.04.2019. new-interim-use-oh-tinyville-at-elisabeth-market. ru.muenchen.de/2019/74/new-interim-use-oh-tinyville-at-elisabeth-market-84097

Rafael Stutz, Beatrice Leitner

Beatrice Leitner, TUM, 2019

Editorial revision
Johann-Christian Hannemann, Felix Lüdicke, Julia Treichel