BMW Guggenheim Lab (New York) is an experimental public space with free programs well considered by Guggenheim’s curators in a temporary structure, which is designed by Atelier Bow-Wow. The building is considered to be a pop-up fly loft theatre in the city that allows various modes of activities such as workshops, lectures, exhibitions, film screenings, receptions etc. to happen. Furniture, screens, lighting and stages are suspended in the loft space and provided according to the activities on the ground level. It is less the very light and minimum structure made of carbon fiber* which is defining lab space, but rather the rhythm of the ongoing programs and the human behavior which is why the public spaces might appear quite different in different places. The Lab travels through three different cities from New York to Berlin and afterwards to India.