We could call the practice of space ‘the space of practice’ or, alternatively, ‘how space is used in practice’. It is the spatial dimension of social practice that Lefebre describes as the ‘gestures, journeys, body and memory, symbol and meaning’.94 It is a practice that manifests itself through phenomena of appropriation in specific situations, where the configuration of space is significant. These can also be described as spatial-symbolic systems and are underpinned by habits or groupings of customs95 that are typical of some forms of sociability. These, in their turn refer to social networks and to regional and national cultures. Space therefore has its own history.