The project enhances the idea that urbanization in the Hinterland shouldn’t be approached as a place of contestation and density, but an horizontal and spread network. This is translated a capturing the lifesteile of the traditional village and their intrinsic values of collectivity, by using the Chinese courtyard house as a unit. A urbanization that is made of pavilions that connect to form a network. A network that even though looks homogeneous it contains extreme diversity in its spaces. This urbanization in the countryside is thought to introduce new economic drivers while also taking in account the cultural importance of the agriculture.