Infrarealities and the Urbanization. The administrative fragmentation of contemporary territory is a key-condition for human development: it is more than necessary in order to manage the increasing numbers of infrastructure that mankind currently uses. Within this framework, architecture plays a crucial role: indeed, only spatial articulation can avoid that such fragmentation should turn into a catalyser of urban and social splintering. Bluntly speaking, this is a reality that cities already witness worldwide: if the appearance of gated
communities and premium urban clusters is a well-known but exotic evidence, the difficulty to match local and
trans-local interests in infrastructural development is a manifestation of the occurrence that is more common to experience and no-less important.