‘Choreographic Structures’ are a part of the research of everyday movement in public space and function as a platform for exploring relations between movement, body and space. They are created by overlapping choreographic methods with the design methods. With experiments and improvised structures set in public space, the habits and organized movement was explored, and in the same time creative potential of space as an initiator of movement. Every experiment consisted of certain movement aspects (focus, rhythm, proprioception, interaction) which were translated into shape, material, structure and mobile space. By implementing choreographic thinking in the design process there is a possibility to avoid uniformed and categorized space and develop diversity of spaces while choreography and experience of movement become more present and available to its everyday users.