A new spatial organization, to be realized in architecture and urbanism, must be characterized by a flexible framework to foster dispersed, fluid and poly-nodal events that unfold in a continuously evolving process. At the core of this arrangement is finding a new relationship between the ordering system (geometry) and what is being ordered (figure/ground). This new condition, whereby a new baseline of agreement shall prevail, will not be a dialectic collision of opposites but rather a synthetic fusion that achieves a new Harmonic Morphology. Here historic layers, or traces, of urban form and their dense organizational structures are fused together to create a new fluid spatial system. Characterized by multiple nodes and spontaneous interconnections, this new diagrammatic arrangement may not be a “building” in its traditional meaning, however this process may serve as a universal model to approach how space may be organized for a variety of project types.