The cell is the basic structural and functional unit which exhibits the phenomenon of life. Thus, a cell is the smallest structural component of living matter, comprised of a systematically organized group of molecules that interact dynamically with each other. As a unit, the cell has the ability to live even without the presence of other cells. The function of organisms is a consequence of collective action and interaction of the cells. The city consists of small, organized groups, neighborhoods, and they by extension, are composed of even smaller groups, blocks. The blocks can be said to constitute the basic cells in a city. But what would happen if we created another "group" of organized "cells", within the empty spaces in between the "urban web"? Most likely, all these cells would interact with each other and create a "new form of life." So, we decided to rely on the above discussion and give substance to this 'new form of life' through our architectural proposal. Assigning, on a plan level initially, cellular forms to building blocks and the space surrounding them, we observed that there is indeed an interaction between them. This interaction could create both new forms of the "urban web" and new features in the neighborhood life and by extension in the city itself.