The intermediate zone between the public and private
Hewett, Meena Sonea
Master of Architecture
Within the cyclical nature of our lives, the partitions between individuals and public are inveterate. The wall creates zones between the individual, family, and the city. Its design affects the degree of interaction between these groups. Loss of intermediate zones in the planning of the "modern city" had implications for the social, and the architectural context. By reintroducing these spaces into a contemporary context, there are possibilities for renewed forms of interaction between the individual, family, and the city.