My Thesis explores two subcultures in society, the first of which is the British Armed Forces with particular focus on those soldiers suffering from PTSD and their transition back into mainstream society. The second subculture are NEET's that have become disengaged and detached from society. The thesis looks at the conversation between these two subcultures and how they can help and benefit one another in making a greater transition, intergration and engagement with everyday society. The thesis also explores the idea of rehabilitation on both the city and human scale, and how architecture can play its part in stitching a scar in the urban fabric back together and also in being a conducive aid in human psychological recovery. The architecture looks to create a greater building/user relationship by enhancing the haptic and kinesthesic experience. This is acheived through the use of materiality to provide more engaging, relaxing and therapeutic spaces which are further enhanced by the integration of external factors including landscape and views which are key stimuli in aiding PTSD recovery.