The city began as a place for a dialogue between one and other which constructed the built environment
The globalization process has made us closer but similar as well, cities and places has become more indistinguishable, and the planning restrictions of the modern world has overpowered the organic rise of civil initiatives.
Human conflict within the built environment has regarded to be an obstacle for culture, and not as a generator and contributor for culture evolvement. we argue that such conflict within the positive meaning of human interactions should redefine the city or at least should have a place to be engaged.
the Genius loci of the place is constructed from the presence of the human activity and intention carved into the built and natural environment, such thing can only be achieved from the constant change and development of human culture, customs and values emerges from the friction of human interaction and the coexisting with otherness