Each housing cluster in this project is organized in a U-shape instead of closed blocks. Five of these housing clusters are grouped along a communal, green street from Mikado’s main building. This creates a clear external wall towards the city, intersected by a slow urban traffic route flanked by the courtyards of the housing clusters. The plan takes account of a variety of elements, such as the safety and monitoring of residents, activities for self-development, collaboration, cohesion, well-being, choice of housing unit, and accessibility. These important elements have been included in the plan as a means of directing the focus on the various ways of meeting and interacting.