Our research attempts to approach mall as boxes simulating urbanities. Aim of the research was the composition of mall’s identity, through the study of their history, form, structure, use, program, land position and culture. It is treated as a new spatial form of the urban landscape and is investigated as regards their interaction with the wider spatial and social context of the city and the region. Studied as a repository of disparate uses, which contains multiple worlds which produce different qualities. As a phantasmagorical, safe and secure trading environment opened to the consumer audience and becomes a space of contact and collective activity. The collection of research material held by field observation to the malls of Attica, interviews and collection of advertising and photographic material. Basic study tool were three-dimensional representations of the mall. Our comparative observation and analysis of the models led us to the creation of a typology for the mall and finally to their deconstruction.