From past to present, the links between the physical structures and the memories of the cities are torn away. The overwhelming and restrictive influence of the scale of constructions on human and habitat creates a coerced coexistence, [H8]while destroying the urban fabric on the other hand. Urbanization practices which are attempted to be articulated on social life, can be interpreted as irregularities in the whole. Against these negative effects of the structures consisting of tall and solid masses, spaces were created where the visual impression was manipulated. The relationship between humans and these spaces root from a misdirected sense of urbanization.