People who care make society safe.
Therefore any built environment must encourage people to take responsibility
for their own territory.
An environment, which clearly distinguishes those
spaces and parts of the building for which occupants should take responsibility,
will address the users' need to feel responsible.
Therefore, a building should be designed and built in such a way that
both the spaces and parts of the building can be clearly allocated to
those parties and individuals who should take responsibility for them.
Buildings, which are designed and built with
separate systems can create conditions for responsibility and care.
Therefore, the subdivision of the building process needs to reflect the
lines of decision-making and the definition of responsibilities between
the parties. This subdivision can then be translated into specifications
for connections between building parts. This in turn creates buildings
that can be modified and taken apart again.