In a society characterised by an ageing population, where consumerism is at its peak, the gap widens between generations and intergenerational interaction becomes increasingly complex.
This phenomenon is even worse in China as a result of its history throughout the 20th century, which has had a deep impact on cultural and family practices. Could we even go as far as to speak of a loss of direction ? China has always been a very codified country in every aspect of its society. How could we reinterpret the parameters of a society in order to design a place where everyone is able to meet and interact regardless of the multiple and conflicting influences of our time ?