The interior provides the backdrop to our human activities; it shelters, comforts and supports individuals, communities and families. The interior has a clear responsibility for making the users feel better about themselves and actively support life. Personal space and the space around an individual are monitored by an in-built sense all humans have about the area their bodies occupy. This space affects themselves, others and the surrounding environment. The value for the individual is derived from a personal interpretation of the interior and how it helps connect to the wider community. The interior must build endurable relationships with people and be able to adapt and transform as communities and cities change. The interior affects all levels and sizes of community, and often builds emotional ties and affiliations with human groups, forming a bond and a ‘sense of community’.