Part 2 of the atlas uses the urban fragment as a tool to extract information on the (complex) relation between scales the city of Milan is involved with. Four fragments are analysed by studying their historic development, urban tissue grain, spatial proportions, building block structure, sequences of (urban) spaces, all the way to the scale of architectonic characteristics of (typical) individual buildings. On the basis of the morphologic studies and societal backgrounds in the previous section, four fragments could be defined that, together, show a decent representation of the Milanese tissue and the way it developed over time. These fragments are: Centro Storiche, Parco Sempione, Porte Monforte e Venezia, and Stazione Centrale.