Darko Radovic refers to Henri Lefebvre when he explains what shapes the urban. For him, society shapes the urban, as well as social practices and the ground. A city like Tokyo, despite its vast size, still celebrates the smallness. The beauty of a city unfolds when one is able to live the way the majority live, and you can start talking about walkable distances or bicycle distances. Darko, as an architect and urban designer, lives and observes Japan and its numberless daily urbanities with a unique outlook. The ways people behave are different due to the peculiarities associated with culture. Therefore, these peculiarities are reflected in the city.