The urban architecture of our time is subject to change in the economy. She is always confronted with problems such as vacancy and decay of once-used buildings. Particularly in the area of sport is always talk of abandoned venues, whose architecture enchanted the visitors in their time. Within the scope of this research project, an attempt was made to analyze existing objects with an industrial character, which could be saved from decay and vacancy, as a venue for sporting and cultural events. As a special example in the Austrian context, Rinterzelt was elected - a waste disposal facility located in the 22nd district of Vienna, which currently only uses 25% of the actual area. In view of the imminent decline caused by vacancy, hypothetical proposals for solutions have been developed in this regard, which open up long-term possibilities of use to the area and thus save them from decay and to optimize the existing resource through re-utilization. By reworking and adapting the already existing elements and the simultaneous integration of new, kinetic elements, a large number of variants allow the use of the rooms. This concludes on space mobility, which possibilities are almost limitless, and so sports events and competitions can take place alongside concerts and exhibitions areas. This space is thus a certain custom-made product which can be modified according to the desired use. In the long term, only kinetic architecture offers an economic solution in the context of the city, because in our constantly changing society, the spaces in which life is going must also adapt and reinvent itself.