This research is not about transit or urban mobility. It is not even about transportation hubs. This research is an attempt to find new ways to understand and dwell the city. The contemporary scattered urban space, highly fragmented, converges in one node: the transfer collective space. It is in the unexpected situations of the urban activities, in the individual and collective construction of space-sensory perception that is handled through traffic, that architecture can focus its attention and seek for the exponential increase of the event, however insignificant it may seem, that allows the fatigued inhabitants overcome their situation of deep cyclical monotony.