The thesis seeks to activate a diverse and performative urban space by way of the ubiquitous and autonomous technology of Wireless Technology, delivered by the mobile phone. By questioning notions of public space practice and the generic conditions of urban-ness the project will drive towards a new typology of architecture and urban space where industry, consumption, and leisure assemble by way of mobile information technology. The barrage of information we receive daily, with its link to new media, is increasing exponentially, opening up areas of exploitation by certain industry through this technology. Coincidental with this, urban-ness is exceedingly delivered to us by way of shopping centres; the mall-ified downtown cores and suburban mall.