DesignMorphine Associate Nicolas Turchi was invited to display his project “Competing Chronologies” in this year’s 17th Venice Architecture Biennale Italian Virtual Pavilion. City X Venice is A global research initiative seeking to create a sustainable blueprint for the future evolution of urban design and architecture. Competing Chronologies attempts to transpose the internal consciousness of time theorized by Husserl onto the generative design and representational workflow of an architectural project. It is the project for the new overground station of Bishopsgate Goodsyard in the heart of London. The project, described in a single volume, will also include a research centre and the department of physics of the New University of London.