With the invention of the automobile, man created a machine, whose power, once unleashed ,were not to be controlled. Driven by the idea of total motorization and the power of mass production,the object of utility lost more and more efficiency. The large number of vehicles stood in their own way turning their asset into a hindrance. Up till today all measures are taken to meetthe ever growing need for space and therefore supporting their dominance. People are driven out from the street, public spaces and even they homes to further protect the predominance of cars as the main mean of transportation. Over generations, misled by the fever of a modern , car-friendly society, the knowledge of a livable, people friendly City, was lost. Mankind is being suppressedby his own creation. But instead of addressing the underlying cause, for decades symptoms are being fought, to avoid suffocating from exhaust gas pollution or perishing/dying of shortage of space. ¿Back to Square One¿ tells the story of the impact on cities due to the triumph of the car, which inevitably led to the elimination of humans in the city. Taking current examples and evolved city structures into account it stimulates a change of thinking, initiating a development, in which standards are not set by cars and instead by humans.