Through several theoretical experiments with the fragmented street structures and undetermined, participatory design methods there was an aim to speculate the story of the street and its community’s revival in the contemporary conditions. Those symbiotic interventions designed from primitive, repurposed, available materials were meant to mimic the DIY structures observed in Kyoto and therefore tell the narrative of participatory approach. Proposed in existing urban conditions as underused, shallow, complex sites. Structures (initially designed by the architect) hypothetically suggest the potential for the direct user involvement to its future growth and development. Transitional nature of those, would create a new notion of in-between space and generate new street activities and improve the existing building conditions; enhancing communal and social qualities of the space, without the radical architectural approaches.