As population density eats away available open space, what remains occupiable outdoor space are merely rooftops and balconies. By taking our bodies up, we start to become aware of our physical orientation to the surroundings, take notice of those around us, and once again look up to the sky. The unique disconnected proximity provides and entices with just enough distance for both physical and information interaction, all under the sky and nature. The in-between spaces amidst the roofs and balconies become the new gathering center. Everyone contributes to and becomes part of the community gathering space. What is important is not necessarily to propose new architectural inventions, but to encourage people to easily realize their own possibilities again.