DOM Publishers, Berlin, has just released the book “Infrastructural Urbanism. Addressing the In – Between”. This includes the article “The role of Infrastructural landscape in the image of the city” by AALU Studio Master Eduardo Rico. This paper describes how urban infrastructures bear the potential to redefine the role of public open space due to their networked condition and the qualities of their interstitial landscape. It then moves to describe how the research of AALU taps into this potential, by expanding the functional dimension of infrastructure encompassing other social and architectural aspects across multiple scales. The book also features "From Object Line to Vector Field - The social Instrucment" by AALU graduate Rahul Paul examining the role of LU disciplinary approach to design in turning infrastructural works in to agents of critical social change.