In times of crisis, the unavoidable disruption that occurs between persons or communities and the system results in the disconnection of the former from the urban network and the emergence of a new need for immediate relocation. Based on the above, we attempt to set the parameters of an experiment where a series of abandoned industrial spaces, located in the suburbs, accumulate infrastructure in order to tend to the possibility of a temporary accommodation of transitive users. These entropic islands, unspecified in space and time, conditioned by varying rates of decay, are reintroduced into a network in the context of a dispersed city that challenges the usual experience of travelling by car, which is formed through a fragmented spatial view and a perceived as abrupt shift in geographic continuance, replacing it with a potentially infinite transposition that is combined with the possibility of a temporary stop or shelter. For this purpose, transitional surfaces are produced by a process of destroying and re-categorizing selected items that already exist in the particular space. These new surfaces can be used both as interconnecting platforms and as voluntary reclusion shelters. In essence, we are trying to built a new environment for socializing which redefines the concept of infrastructure, enables the user’s attempt to connect to more conceptual and personal networks and envelops work as a spontaneous event, an unformatted action which momentarily crosses paths with transposition.