This project outlines the importance of giving youth a much-needed sense of place and identity to explore and find their area of interest. It focuses on young people who are lost in their transitioning period, struggling with social connection, and struggling to find work. . Through architecture to create an environment where they can interact and learn new skills from one another, share ideas by collaborating and explore their creativity and imagination to increase their potentials. Research recognizes that this life stage can be a period of high risk and habit-forming behaviors that can have long-term consequences on health and wellbeing. Moreover, for young people, lower levels of community participation can lead to social isolation, lack of economic opportunities, and increasing disconnectedness. Youth have the potential for a bright future, but it is the age when people are confused and lack confidence. Depression and anxiety affect the lives of many young Australians. Hence youth should be supported to remain engaged, where recreation and social interaction are necessary. This space can be a physical demonstration that young people matter to their community and a place that addresses their needs.The main focus is to provide opportunities for youth to remain engaged and participate in various activities. The core objective of this project is to design a place in which young people find inspiration, where they feel safe and secure, and want to spend more time. Also to provide a common collaborative space that can act as a catalyst to bring people together.