The scale of diversity: The common strategy should allow the inclusion of social demands of growing urban populations, their expectations in term of safety and comfort, the importance of building within the culture, and strong constraints of the environment and economy. This is to allow more access to architecture, to live better and improve the "life skills together."The operation ANRU offers the opportunity to redefine the spatial scale of diversity and difference. From "collectivist" operation in which the individual loses its identity, a new living scale must take place to accept differences as richness. Design requirements: Considering the architectural and urban existing shapes as essential reference points in our history and our collective unconscious, to promote cultural development through the creation of buildings and landscapes that meet the aspirations of contemporary people, integrating the pursuit of well being and quality use for all are all the requirements that the team has set to approach the project.Through this project, our team had a poly-architectural background to rewrite the city inspired by its environment, to create a piece of the city by the acceptance of living together, a village in the city, "THE URBAN VILLAGE "