When we think to the public space we imagine it as a place pacified and accessible to all, free of threats and events, controlled and secure. We would like to overturn the perspective. The issue of the public space is the pacification in itself. The return to public space would not only reestablish a truce but also its unconscious, its being so problematic, sometimes risky, but definitely more free. The pacification occurred in two steps. The first was finalizing life in public space just to consumption and the second is assuring public space safety through its privatization. Nevertheless public space is not yet a place just for consumption, there is still place for aimless relational attitude. To understand the contemporary public space is important that we recognize its boundaries which swing between public and private, changing from generation to generation, adapting to uses, and determining the shape of voids but also of interior spaces, buildings, housing, sometimes turning the public space into the “common”. Events that normally took place in the public space are possible today in private spaces thanks to the new information and communications technologies and sharing practices.Consumption and privatization in the public space may be partially avoided. To get back to the public space means starting to think, plan and anticipate a public space in which is given back what has been removed, is brought out the unconscious and it is freed from the constraints of normalization.