“In the world of super-modernity people are always, and never, at home.” (Marc Augé, p108, Non-places: an introduction to the Anthropology of Super-modernity. Verso, 1995)
The work examines the concept of Functional spaces, not places of anthropological significance. They cannot be defined as relational, historical and concerned with identity. They exist in a purely functional manner, devoid of memory. They are inhabited spaces only in a functional way.