The urban space in front of the Palacio Juan Pizarro de Aragón has been over the centuries the heart of social life, used by the aristocracy as a local dance floor. The project aimed to give an impression of the historical recreational nature of this space. A ground fountain will give the opportunity for children to play in a cooler space, while at evoking the historical dance will be now the rhythm of the water jets. Right in the heart of this square, in fact, footsteps have been carved and treated with an acid, in the granite slabs bathed by the fountain, representing the traditional dance steps of the XVII century, thus inviting the visitor to become the protagonist of these dances and this space. The random arrangement of a static element such as benches, created by the repetition of a wrought iron element, within the dynamic system of the ladder, provides the building a contradictory dynamic/static plinth, always different.