Richard Goodwin explores the internal and external spaces of Sydney. He tests the functional boundaries ascribed to the physical dimensions of public space in the city and envisions new possibilities for urban metamorphosis. This metamorphosis is on existing buildings and a philosophy of parasitic-prosthetic architectural interventions. His ideas to interconnect and adapt existing architectural bodies in a way that produces a porous urban architecture not only creates a richer social fabric but is also a direct and efficient intervention, sustainably allowing for existing cities to expand in symbiotic metamorphosis. This idea could be applicable to the Canary Wharf site.