Social-cultural process

Social-cultural process aims to restrain and structure co-presence between, say, inhabitants and strangers or men and women, and therefore to arrange buildings to achieve relatively localised and restrictive spatial layouts.


Hillier, B. & Netto, V. (2002), Society Seen through the Prism of Space: Outline of a Theory of Society and Space. Urban Design International, 7, 181-203. pp. 182