Bookmarklets | MOVABLE TYPE Via Line Ulrika Christiansen : "Liminality is described, when dealing with architecture, as the conceptual momentary relationship between people and spatial environments. It refers to transitional space; neither one place nor another, rather a third space in-between. It is a space where explorations of new ways of experiencing an environment in the conceptual zone of blur between people and space can take place." As quoted by Cathrine Smith who wrote the essay ‘Looking for Liminality in Architectural Space’: “...Perhaps, if users can take a more active role rather than only occupying the architecture, but create their own spaces, then we have created the possibilities of liminality between people and space...”