Architecture is a discipline situated at the intersection of money and space. It is simultaneously a product of space and money and is itself their means of production. In this sense, architecture, especially a representational one, could be understood as a heterotopia –some place capable of representing society from a virtual point in order to produce new form of society through its own self-understanding, or as Michel Foucault claimed, a specific form of subjectivity. Although Foucault detected individual examples for different kinds of heterotopias in society, it seems today that the idea of a heterotopia started to influence all the places whether in cities or in landscapes. For example, the Occupy movements throughout the world select different places for protesting in order to point the fact that there are people that don’t accept “heterotopisation”of the entire space and its consequential new kind of subjectivity.