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1 - The city as a high-tech favela.
2 - The city as a personal computer every 20sm.
3 - The city as a place for a cosmic hospitality.
4 - The city as an air-conditioned full-space.
5 - The city as a genetic laboratory.
6 - The city as a living plancton.
7 - research models of weak urbanization.
8 - realize faded and crossable borders.
9 - realize reversible and light infrastructures.
10 - realize great transformations through micro-projects.
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