The urban network consists of a field of fully interconnected high-rise structures, built up from several sub-systems. Large Public Nodes define points of higher vibrancy within the system as they connect with the main circulation systems. These hubs of intensive use spawn the emergence of programmatic infill like retail, commerce or leisure. The primary circulation system connecting these nodes consists of a gondola system for mass transportation that runs throughout the network in multiple angels and directions. Interstitial space between aggregated cells and their connections is used for the main fibrous structure and as external public space or landscape. The main fibrous structure consists of numerous interconnected fibres that bundle, nest and grow responding to structural needs, intertwining and interlocking with the local structures around the cells. An adaptive structure is defined, allowing change and growth over time by addition and expansion of structural elements.