The new retail benchmark is rapid home delivery. This requires purpose-built facilities designed for throughput, not bulk, and fleets of short-haul delivery vehicles in constant motion. Accommodating this distribution network requires a seismic shift in the urban landscape. Wildflower identifies, designs and builds the nodes of these networks, integrating distribution capability with existing neighborhood interests. This requires deep local knowledge, familiarity with economic and logistical requirements and the design experience to integrate these inputs into facilities that are not merely buildings, but functional systems for commerce.