The general image that exists in the shaping and searching for the ideal form in architectural processes seems to be altered over time. Space producing characteristics and processes are emerging in the contemporary architecture that contribute to the creation of an instability that contradicts the uniqueness and sets the foundation for an architecture free of stability and permanence. We can see, therefore, that the knowledge of space has been separated from the stability of the content and the certainty of the meaning. Its production processes are characterized by complexity and do not bear any obvious intentions. The creation of the space is also not distinguishable from duration of time nor is it captive of the place. In this respect, initially, if we consider Rafel Lozano Hemmer’s relational architecture concepts, which are referring to a technological treatment of buildings and public spaces, we can lay the foundations for an unpredictable and dynamic design of the urban landscape. Then, selecting as a place, where such a design can be applied, transitional spaces, like passages or limits between interior and exterior spaces, will result in an additional search of the third, intermediate, space. Transfering from one point to another creates another, ephemeral, reality. The creation of other short-lived realities through mobility, seems to resemble the Foucault’s spatial zone of heterotopia, a zone that hosts alternating meanings of space and time. In the present diploma project, an attempt is being made to assimilate the above concepts in the pedestrian passages that the Parmithias and Salaminos streets are forming in the area of Metaxourgeio, in Athens,Greece. Abandoned buildings of these pedestrian streets are being selected, which through sensory systems and projection mapping, a series of game - interactions are being developed, inspired by Foucault’s heterotopology, aiming to the creation of a dynamic space. Each game is considered to be a folding of the paper boat, on the basis of Foucault’s primarily heteropia of the ship.