These drawings represent the primary definition of spaces and premises during the design process. They show the hierarchic order that should be followed for the successful development of a determined place, maintaining the balance between built and natural environment.
Urban systems are a complex network made of several different elements that cannot fully function on their own. Residential and public buildings are to be connected by something more than roads. Green corridors become necessary to achieve this connection and to provide the much-needed interaction between man and nature.
Different diagrams can provide clearer approaches to the challenge of urban design. They highlight each one of the several layers that combine to create a successful urban dynamic, where everything is connected.