Discrimination and oppressions of minorities often translate into an immense sexual energy within individuals who, throughout the centuries, have used architecture to fulfil their desires. The In-Appropriate project started off by studying the architecture typologies of the oppressed minorities, so to answer the following questions: Where do they meet ? Why specifically there ? This research shed light on the practice of Space Re-appropriation, when one alters a defined and designed space through his behaviour and mood. In-Appropriate aims to provide enough stimulus to the mind and the body by providing certain amenities without enclosing a specific and unique function, allowing the visitor to define a space according to the moment. It consists of moments oriented towards either the mind or the body, to both or none. The Queer configuration of the project will remove any form of hierarchy while shaping uncommon situations using mundane elements of the daily life.