By reinstilling a new commons, the project reclaims territories lost to capitalist colonization. Its goal is establishing a sense of solidarity among the isolated, suburban Sunset District. The existing streets, single-family houses and private backyards are rigid, over-defined spaces that are reappropriated with new collective typologies. Each settlement defines its internal commons with legible form while its use becomes more ambiguous. All spaces have the capacity to produce forms of livelihood. Large public gardens provide space for nurseries, outdoor kitchens and recreation. Terraces spanning across units provide outdoor space for daycares or pet groomers while streets become lined with commerce and light industry. A continuous ring of community amenities surrounds the external ground perimeter. In the domestic spaces, a barber’s chair or small clinic easily coexist with living areas. In such a self-organizing and changing environment, private rooms on every level maintain intimate spaces.