Stimulating a process of natural growth within the harsh urban context in order to question the existing relationship between the urban and natural environment. The structure consists of 3 main parts: the crop cultivation fields and growth facility, the food processing plant and the market space circulation route. The informal market space already existing on the street edge is extended into the site which becomes a dynamic intersection. The western section of the Munitoria complex burnt down in a fire that was fought for 12 hours in March 1997 and was later imploded in 1998. The site that once housed all of the city’s civic functions is currently a gash in the urban fabric of Pretoria, but is surrounded by vibrant street life where people buy and sell a variety of produce and products on the street edges and surroundings. Chora. The metaphysical trace that occurs when one thing has an effect on another. Creating an environment in which the synthesis of the urban and rural paradigms results in a diverse melting-pot of energy and opportunity. This space functions as a commercial node connecting production within the excavation to consumption in the city. The vertical cultivation panels distributes wind-blown seeds throughout the urban fabric which makes visible the dynamic relationship between the natural and urban environment. The site becomes a rejuvenating, self-sustaining, living organism within the city centre.