How can open space function as impetus for a variety of activities on the part of the user? The basis for this is the fact that the structural requirements have been thought through and the way in which the space is configured works. Furthermore, however, open spaces must become more effective. They should touch people, inspire their desires and imaginations. The orchestration of images, ideas and dreams, beyond the established tradition of gardens and parks and inspired in contrast by the multicultural and pluralist communities of our cities, can be the key to developing spaces, which are of significance and appeal to the interests of the citizens. Places which restore the relationship to open space that through the increasing importance of the media and artificiality have become lost to large parts of the population.