The opportunities for human interactions, which are independent from the satisfaction of material needs, have become more and more hard to find in the nowadays urban areas. The proximity of the living space does not promise the inclusion in an established community. In order to satisfy the need for appartenence, some people look after fellowship in other places. The festivals are contexts where the personal boundaries become less rigid and temporary communities are born. The participants return home with a new kind of experience: strangers become acquintances. In order to create a similar experience in the present urban landscape, I searched for places that nourish the spontaneous conversations inside the city structure. Following the model of the commercial coffee shops, which are public places intended for social interaction, I translated their method of alluring clients into an invitation for a coffee in a personal residency.