A no man’s land in a city is shared by many, appropriated by few, and claimed by even fewer. These heavy plots disrupt the canvas of the city. This project works to create a dialogue between the spatially isolated vacant lands amidst the cityscape. The large site in Vasna is used as a test for the application of network and pockets of activity. Design strategies of the project draw on parameters of internal connection, minimal unused spaces, legible vacant grounds, green networks, and diverse activities. The design uses these parameters to create a playful flow of movement with multiple pauses, which makes the vacant land, not a destination, but an engaging, interactive, and lively intermediate space.