The topography that entertains the unconscious includes inhabitants and the forms of their passage through spaces. A landscape of vessels, a place that both “holds and moves”. This is an e-motional field, where the topographic relationships of component parts are not stable and fixed; rather, they can be mis-placed, dis-placed, or even re-placed. The type of topography foregrounded here is a projected landscape of the unconscious. A field through which all our experiential memories are mediated – a ‘field of being’. This article explores how architectural space registers in such a field.