Motive of design : Modern people have physical and psychological obstacles due to the lack of the humanity and nauture in the space where they work and live since the industrialization. That is the reason why we need the cultural circumstances where we can communicate getting along with the neighbors and the nature. The parks in the city can be the good example but the rehumanizing and the communication with the nautre are still extravagance for the people who spend most of their time passively in the buildings. The mechanism of the design is grouping and ungrouping the places (human place, nature place) which can be edited into the infinite cases in the limited or non-limited area fitting the situations and the desires of the users. This design is inspired by Daecheongmaru(a main hall between two rooms in Hanok - the traditional Korean house) and the contemporary park. Daecheongmaru which has been the korean traditional architectural place where the people enjoyed together with the nature is reinterpretated and applied to this design. In Korea, Japan and some other countries there are the sitting-on-the-floor lifestyle in their own culture but we can also find the same kind of acts in the contemporary park. Even the people who have the sitting-on-the-chair lifestyle like the freedom to sit and lie wherever they want among the nature instead of the high chair in the park. The culture where there are no floor heating systems blocks out the cold of the floor by carpet dividing the territory of the inside space. This design named 'Land Edit' is a kind of a floating carpet with the nature which is independent from the floor so people who have either side of the sitting-on-the-floor lifestyle and the sitting-on-the-chair lifestyle can enjoy the freedom of the position among the nature with blocking out the cold of the floor.