The development within the blocks does not consist of fixed structures, but can be designed flexibly within a dynamic set of rules depending on the program and as desired. This set of rules regulates the height, shape and position of the building in mutual dependence on the basis of various parameters, such as incidence of light, shading, distance, slimness, etc. The set of rules consists of two main aspects: the base rules and the high-rise rules.
The base rules regulate the development of the block edges, the high-rise rules regulate the high-rise elements (see regulations). High-rise parts must not protrude vertically into the air from the ground floor, but must develop out of the base structures. The resulting deliberately 'anarchist' skyline results in an ensemble that on the one hand develops an independent character and at the same time naturally develops out of the existing urban structure.
It is avoided that the whole ensemble is established as a 'compositional' megastructure in the city skyline. Such an urban planning concept can also cope with a certain amount of poor architecture without losing its urban quality. This even confirms the concept.