This manifesto explores the relationship between the architect and the user in creative spaces, environments designed to promote public production. In these spaces architects can only provide an agency of framework, allowing users, through production, to become authors of the space. This condition acknowledges two discourses. The first, promoting collaboration, is achieved through the lack of a dominant author. The second, a feedback loop between architect and user, seeks to continually improve the design. In practice, a design strategy emerges in which the architect provides the space’s programmatic and physical framework, which could influence public space design in the future.