As a contribution to the exhibition in the Italian pavilion we suggested a project that expands the common idea of landscape architecture on the immaterial aspect of space. We realized an interpretation of the relationship between time and space that is able to take to visitors beyond the idea of building. The project creates an acoustic space, generated through the action of the visitors. 350 musical boxes are mounted on opposing walls. They are wounded up by the visitors and potentially play more then 70 different melodies simultaneously. Thus, it is not only an interaction between the single visitor and the installation, but a complex multiplication of the number of activated musical boxes and the number of experimenting visitors and a temporary, simultaneously intangible and invisible space is created.