The city is ordered by different perceptions of time. By translating the sequential nature of time into space, urban form becomes linear. The parallel and separated lines offer all the elements necessary for an entire life. They increasingly bend into a spiralling form towards the city center, causing a continuous gradient from outside to inside, broad to narrow, distant to close. These steady changes in morphology impact the flow of energy, speed, and perception. Different conceptions of space-time become the palette for possible experiences within a unifying system.