A homage to two buildings that share the same brutalist architectural style: the Barbican Centre and the National Theatre.
The city is portrayed as a wearable piece, something that comes to life only when actual people are in it. It also suggests that thanks to contemporary technology (e.g. smartphones, wi-fi connections etc.) people can navigate and "control" their environment, in an unprecedented way.
At the same time, we can see the cities from top down, like an all seeing god, but also from bottom up, and still marvel at the skyscrapers that are so much bigger than us, poor little ants.