In Central Europe, the architectural and urban planning practice usually serves well those who are healthy and economically active. But when we consider the demographic data, working and economically active people constitute just over half of the urban population. Senior citizens and young people under 18 years of age making up the rest e. Trends show that our population is aging and when gender and ethnicity are added to the equation, the user groups significantly diverge. Each one of these groups has different needs. What would it take to have a city where everyone has their fair share?