The shape follows the radial habitual distribution, but in order to get more exposed plots facing the central area,

the shape has a geometrical shape that approaches and recede from the central point.

The man is in the centre and the rest is around it, but for the south orientation, which remains open. The rest of the plan is divided in radial sections, each of them headed by a beak.

This beak is supposed to be the representattive element of each section, such as sculptures, flags or any other element could be set here.

The sections are grouped in five, and between them we can find a wider street. Using this method, each section would have a number, and by dividing groups, recognising each section is easier.

The first section 1-5, the second 6-10 and the last 11-15.

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The streets between sections are the entrance for motor vehicles, on the other hand, the central street of each section is the shortest way to get to the central area.

This street is narrower, and not for vehicles. It starts in the representative element of the section, and goes throug it towards the commonal utilitie space in the exterior part.

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As previously mentioned, each section has a number, and then, each street has a colour name. The colour changes from one concentric street to the next one following the next logic:

The nearest streets get a warm color and the furtherest ones colder colours, example: Yellow, orange, red, pink, purple, dark blue, light blue, green, grey and white.