Territories of nowhere, is a material artifact of society’s excess consumption, of perceived infinite natural resources, resulting in the conditions of invisible danger. These territories are products of a destructive capitalist systems, are not only the symptoms of the problem but through an analysis of their effects provide opportunities for solutions to complex ecological issues. An example, utilized in the article, of the nowhere conditions described is the nebulous territory of nuclear energy. Through the measuring, testing, and monitoring of invisible elements of risk, new transient geographies emerge that transcend geographic and political boundaries. These geographies provide opportunity for architectural speculation.