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Home for most people is a place where family and friends come together, but it's also a place where we can enjoy some privacy surrounded by familiar, chosen objects.
The possibility to leave the imprint of one's personality in the home compensates somewhat for the impossibility of being able to do so at work. It is as if the increasing stress in the work place is accepted only because it is possible to relax at home. But home is also the result of negotiated relationships between males and females, parents and children.
Relations with neighbours are often ruled by the fear of being intruded upon. However semi-private, architectural systems, the communal areas of housing blocks for example, encourage the contact between different social groups through children's games or simple daily chats. Today social mixing is rare in our cities, but there are still areas where inhabitants of different ages and backgrounds enjoy a real community spirit.