in this project, we have explored that how we can bound the separated communities in neighboring suburbs.
The target suburbs in this project are Marikville and Earlwood which Considered as Inner West Sydney area. Most of the suburb of those consists of a valley - a natural .low-lying saucer - that is part of the Cooks River basin Following European settlement, different type of communities in terms of nationality and culture emerged in the area, and a natural component on the area, which is Cooks River, give the rise to shaping two distinct Suburbs of Markville and Earlwood, which as today, they have different .demographic parameters So as a response to the major architectural question, first we need a great understanding of demographic of those suburbs and identify the separation demographic reasons. 2nd, we must identify the natural and urban components on the site that give the rise to this dissociation. And then simply we turn these division reasons to bounding opportunities with creating social interaction and engagement on the separation spot, which in this case is riverside, along with creating interactive spaces which take .into account different community and age groups.