The processes of transformation of urban spaces cannot be understood without taking into account the particular characteristics, conflicts, ways of life, cultural practices and the memories that have built and sustain them.
Over the years we have activated the ANTI-Modulor perspective in diverse territories, contexts and situations through:
Adapting our practices to the possibilities and desires that emerge in each place. Incorporating the ways of doing and being in the world that inhabit each of these territories. Becoming neighbours, that is, being an active and committed part of the communities that inhabit these places. Starting from the situations that make up their day to day to reconfigure them through play, following the ways by which children understand, explore and imagine the city.