Innovative Circular Open

Innovation, circularity and openness are key elements of our work and our effort to put the circular economy into practice. At incommon, we begin by reusing materials and products that instead of being discarded, are kept in the economy. We avoid the use of new resources, reducing environmental and financial costs.

Because caring for our environment and sustainability concerns us all, without exceptions and exclusions.

We learn together to save and manage resources properly with respect to the environment and people, caring at the same time for our household budget. We are closing circles in habits and activities we do at home, at work, at school or in public places.

A participatory model

We harness the potential of nature and the community through interactive and creative activities to respond to big and small environmental, social and economic issues.


Learn about practical solutions

Who can make the neighborhood circular?



All those who reside or visit a neighborhood for a longer or shorter period of time. People who share its public spaces and act individually or collectively in it.


Students, teachers and those who are part of daily school life, from the people who operate the canteen to those who take care of the building(s).


The businesses and ventures that operate in a neighborhood, their members, employees and owners.


Organizations and associations, from the Municipal authority to a library, a cultural institution, a scientific body or a Civil Society organization.

The incommon team

We are a group of people who co-exist, reflect and co-create by sharing different knowledge, experiences and ideas.

All these find a common space of expression and accomplishment based on a vision we have incommon: to live more beautifully, sustainably and harmoniously with our environment. 

We agree and disagree constructively. Among us you will find from architects, urban geographers, economists, foresters to educators, chemists and communication specialists.


incommon-The neighborhood is a starting point
incommon-The neighborhood is a starting point

The neighborhood is a starting point

Although we start at the neighborhood level, sometimes our course is reversed. We take action first at European level together with actors who share our concerns and goals.

Because we believe that we can bring change by working in parallel at different levels.

Because often knowledge and experience gained at a wider level can provide solutions locally, and vice versa.

Partners and supporters


Annual Reports

Learn about the circles we closed together. Activities, applications and initiatives that helped us take some small steps closer to a bigger change that can be achieved gradually.
Annual report 2022
Annual report 2021
Annual report 2020