The city and work. Living distant from nature, surrounded by shadowy spaces, a consequence of an architecture admired merely for its external allure. It overlooks the interiors of buildings, disregarding the individuals who inhabit them, divided into classes based on whether they have windows facing the main façade or not. The courtyard and the ‘spiders of light’ luminaires present a new landscape for those who previously had views of an inner nook. They result from the encounters between architectural volumes, often gray, gloomy, and bordered by covered windows. Today, those windows open up to nature, to tranquility, and to slanting rays of light seemingly supporting lamps that climb up the walls. Being in the city, surrounded by light and nature, offers maximum efficiency and the best daily experience for those with a tight budget of 9.635,60.

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