The project Latin America GO.ES addresses the unique appropriation of public space by the Latin American immigrant community in Madrid. This is not to belittle and to recognize the unique cultural experience that is the singular approbation of ozone generator public spaces, consisting of a consistent human tissue through the survival time of these new urban meanings. This recognition would materialize in the implementation of actions and a documentary of these situations and mapping festive edition of Latin American contemporary urban reality in Madrid: a Latin American Leisure Guide in this city. As many of these places are powerful public spaces based on intensive use and appropriation that is made of them, but are weak on the basis of the precariousness of urban facilities, additionally raises the possibility of several years propositional: collective action direct the design community of some direct interventions on these sites to implement light infrastructure, low cost, many of them through materials recovery (from basic ozone air purifier furniture to the implementation of a “puck” or other equipment holiday). These would be actions and prototypes that facilitate the use and the meeting, acting as amplifiers of these public spaces. This material design be included in the digital and physical version of LA Goes (Leisure Guide unconventional Latin America in Madrid). In a second phase, if it thought fit Ranchito, would proceed to implement, through collective self-construction and recovery of materials, some of the prototypes that were designed in the first stage. From the weekend at the retreat, through the neighborhoods you hear salsa and sold areas on a daily basis, to the temporary occupation of residual spaces and peripherals, there is a possible mapping festive Latin American contemporary urban reality Madrid. A priori one can think of some areas of physical and symbolic appropriation, especially in parks and plazas: Parque del Oeste, Moncloa, ozone generators Parks in El Retiro, Casa de Campo, Plazas de la Fuente del Berro, Rodríguez Sahagún (Fuencarral) San Isidro (Carabanchel), Corona Borealis (Aravaca) Pradolongo and Ascao (Linear City), but there are multiple peripheral areas repertoriados not so far produced in the leisure Sunday meetings, in line with what that documents in his series “sun-days” photographer Xavier Ribas. The theoretical framework Sola-Morales worked the concept of terrain vague in its original French, which contains this ambiguity between the sense of vacancy, void-free activity, unproductive and obsolete, but also vague, indefinite, vague, without limits Sola-Morales … added to the terrain-vague a value up to that point had not, considering “area of freedom lucrative alternative to the reality prevailing in the late capitalist city, a reality anonymous”. The (delicate) issue of identity of the immigrant, although the vision of the individual associated mainly to their ethnic roots, cultural and facilitates local statistical classification and compliance ranges participation of institutions, we understand from this project that identity issues are complex and that classification calendoscópicas and “American culture” without forethought may lead us to a Manichean vision of obsolete and the question of identities. The immigrant, tourist or exiled are dominant figures of contemporary culture and their lifestyles, their meanings and identities are fundamental to understanding the contemporary emergency. But to want to appropriate the views microdermabrasion machine of another would be a sham. That’s why the acknowledgment will be made from an emic description methodology, based on participant observation, in which transcends the description of observable facts to inventory the meanings of agents given to these processes of appropriation. It also means dealing with immigration from the standpoint of leisure holiday (which has much to do with the Latin character), in contrast to the dramatic image prevalent in various artistic concept also reinforced by the media.