This thesis is a personal experiment, a study in the process of remembering and the spatial imprint of memories that may arise during the design process. The above research translates into the creation of hybrid spaces and structures, which have their roots in the personal past. The atmospheric, memorial constructions are integrated in a decomposing building shell, which delimits and restores the imaginary spaces to the present, creating a symbiotic relationship. The fragmentary and idiosyncratic nature of memory is explored, the relations of bodily memories with the uncanny space through memorial constructions and functions. This alternative and paradoxical form of residence is an intermediate space, between the present and the past, imaginary and real.