We infrequently make reference to opportunity spaces like concentricing or converging spaces, where users can meet and build bridges among them. However, we claim the linear spaces or paths have the same chances to be successful in recovering the movement and the action in the urban territory and, to be useful gathering different programmes apart from walking or running. Then, the construction of a meeting space, even for indoor or outdoor, with a sufficiently standard pattern that could fit perfectly to different families of forms, is proposed with the aim of generating actions in order to reactivate synergies at little-frequented spaces of the city. On that sense, a pneumatic architecture object is produced welding together polyethilene patterns, creating the orange membrane.
Finally, this new artefact works as a trigger of new synergies, sewing different urban spaces that initially had no links between them. Therefore, the object is going to be used at spaces with the potential of holding a new programme that can impact the city perception about the city creating a sense of community. The artefact is capable itself of bringing about programmes that generate people’s attraction, making interactions between the people, the object and the environment, as well as encouraging some socialization activities at vacant city spaces. These type of interventions generate interesting exchanges of ideas between people, helps the city to keep evolving, creates meeting areas without changing anything of the built environment, and works either on public or private domain. In other words, the object creates an ephemeral architecture action that accomplishes the recovering of vacant city land for the users of the surroundings.