My dissertation explores the connections between dance and architecture. My reading has led me to form a connection with the concept of rhythm that the body can give to a space. The movements of the body leave a trace in the space: they design it. Dance reveals the power of movement to transform the space. Works such as Tensile Involvement (Alwin Nikolais) or Violin Phase (Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker) allow us to perceive space as an entity in formation, which is transforming, constructing and deconstructing itself through movement and time. Could we imagine a system of objects created from the design of danced movements? Could dance become a drawing and invention tool for designers?