Sub Tilia, which means 'Under the Lime Tree', explores the importance of human-place bonds in a globalised world with increasing mobile place experiences. The Lime Tree—a constructed geographical landmark, place for gatherings and the community, symbol of rooting, belonging and homeland, deeply rooted in many European cultures—can show new ways to (re)activate the urban fabric of the inbetween, to foster a terrestrial sense of place and to create a caring culture beyond a particular glocality. As such, this project tells the journey of young adults to a sense of self and place in an ever-changing Europe. Together with a theoretical exploration of human-place bonds and the role of the lime tree, this projects adds up to my master's thesis with the title 'Sub Tilia - An Archetype for Eco-Social Renewal'.