This project is a critique and an invitation to rethink how a future city like Lynetteholm can be thought. Rem Koolhaas coins the term BIGNESS in 1995 to describe a scale in which the project exceeds architecture itself and the conception of a single building. From this idea, we intend to radicalize the separation between the envelope and the organs of the project, proposing a multi-scalar system that acts as a Mothership, blurring the edges of the individual and the collective. Its Modules come from three projects that challenge the vertical typology of the skyscraper. Thus, this counter-proposal to Lynetteholm does not pretend to offer a better alternative nor to describe a dystopian future scenario. It dwells in between these two poles, focusing on creating a fertile ground for the design of future cities through the radicalization of typology.