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In times of globalism and scale enlargement, an update of this definition seems needed: KM3 is a story about a world that is getting dense.

It constructs its logical response: A city that is continuously under construction, with space for limitless capacities, populations. Beyond pessimism and protectionism. A free-fall in endless space.


From right to left, from front to back, from above to below. KM3 is more a construct than an analysis.

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KM3 is a hypothesis, a theoretical city, a possible urban theory. Mail will not be published required.

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