belove is a design project that questions the current focus of cities by resonating to e-commerce, the earth’s ecology and liberal capitalism. The project is separated into three dimensions: a global movement, a utopian city, and a local site in Berlin. The global movement is led by professionals using their skills to push Industrial Revolution 4.0 towards a sustainable future for our planet. Through shared values, its mission is to empower future generations to shape their own destiny. The imagined future city offers activities accessible to all through democratized spaces that produce artefacts of culture by connecting people and fostering a sense of community. Within this global framework and constructed context, belove proposes subentity, a cathedral of the new century and the first inclusive club in the “world’s nightlife capital.” The space is provided by the city, to be run and curated by the local community and members of belove. subentity displays Berlin’s unique identity in the form of a reimagined community center that celebrates culture. The site is the lower level of Moritzplatz subway station in Kreuzberg, Berlin, built in 1926 by architect and designer Peter Behrens. It belongs to the U10, an unfinished “ghost line” with eleven stations running across Berlin. The lower level was filled with concrete in 2019 to add load-bearing capacity due to heavy traffic above ground. The imagery of burying one of the few spaces free of monetary value under concrete speaks volumes about the state of public space in today’s city. This makes it an ideal space to realize the mission and vision of the belove movement.