The dis-urban space arises from a poorly structured local configuration of space as a consequence of which the main elements of the movement economy are lost. It is intended to convey the reverse of the spatial qualities commonly referred to in cities, namely to: the breaking of the relation between buildings and public spaces; the breaking of the relation between scales of movement; and the breaking of the interface between inhabitant and stranger.
Sources Hillier, B. (1996, 2007), Space is the Machine: A Configurational Theory of Architecture. Space Syntax: London, UK. pp.131-134