At a historical moment when industrialization and urbanization are continuing at a fast and predatory pace, we need to design and produce spaces that can adapt to new realities. Based on this need, concepts that can guide the transformation and production of future cities emerge.

Modern, urban lifestyles must adapt to new environmental, spatial, climatic, or social demands. Global warming and all other world crises point to the need to rethink the ways of life in society, both for the future and the present. Since they were established as the dominant way of inhabiting, many cities have dealt with conflicting events, showing that it is necessary to think of cities that can regenerate in natural, economic, and political conflicts.

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