E-rban is the new future of urban spaces, Places do not vanish, but their logic and meaning become engrossed in the network. Innovative possibilities of virtual space, even as exploring images of urban life and human practice, weaving into existing structure of the real city and becoming a city of pixels, that functions as a vibrant investigatory incubator, enclosing various concepts of urban design, perception d human interaction. Cultural divergence is riveted, and an intense regularity is shaped using the rigorous encoding that viable interests insist. The virtual is real but not definite, ideal but never intangible. The two sides of this alleged dialectic, the real-actual and the virtual-imaginary are not discrete halves but something parallel to vacillated forces in a shifting field, existing not side by side but through and across each other This book is an approach to illustrate virtual urban spaces and perceptual places based on the construction of transparent boundaries between real and virtual world. Introducing the E-rban space and the futuristic shift to create distributed electronic environments.