Reminiscence is the story of the bushfire unfolded into spaces narrated by the architecture itself. The narrative path connects and weaves in mind encountering the story by engaging and realizing one‘s place in the world. The project aims to create awareness in people about the biodiversity crisis caused due to the bushfires. It helps people burst the procrastination bubble by bringing the future threat close to them in an abstract way, which reduces the psychological distance towards the disaster. The project intends for people to see the world and the issue in a new way. The research is implemented to elevate one's emotions from an average level of existence to a higher self. The spaces help one gain insight into their behaviors and feelings and emphasize how we think through the situation. An individual passes through a series of spaces that will take a step further to be aware of the bushfires; it also encourages one to alter thoughts and behaviors. Creating spaces which binds ones physical and psychological view processes with the design. The project is experienced by sensing it, listening to it, and being present in the spaces. Perceiving the spaces may vary from person to person according to individual thoughts, memory, expectations, knowledge, and emotions. One tries to process these thoughts and feelings while walking through the experiences that cannot be avoided. These experiences will make one think through their ideas on bushfire and climate change. This will motivate one to change their notion of the disaster and make the world a better place to live.