The aim of the study is to investigate the conceptual way of construction of the so called architectural object. The thesis is drawn from the fact that there is not architectural objects any more which resides solely in the realm of tectonics and space. The architectural object now might possess the character of a hypertext. It is not, in other words, made by one author but composed of sounds, images, physical parts, reflections and mirror images. All of them already exist. They have been made by different people at different times for different uses. Since there is a surplus of designed objects, what the question is how to assemble, collect and organize them rather than crafting new objects. Such a process is called ‘sampling’ in the field of contemporary music. In film one speaks of found footage films and the new media experiments with the issue of hypertext, where the work of the author is not to write a text anymore, but to establish links within an endless and eternal text. It is exactly the establishment of links, or of handshakes and connectors, that is now making the creative process. We could say, that the concentration and effort slips from the center of the object to its fringe, to the area where it possibly touches on other things or has to connect to neighbouring objects in order to establish – for a short while – a new body.