The purpose of this paper is to analyze the reciprocal link between the environment and the women who make use of it within the context of social changes. The aim is to increase public awareness of modern Egyptian women's experiences and needs in contemporary middle-income housing in order to encourage the reconsideration of spatial arrangement in the house. The central hypothesis of the study is that an inverse relationship exists between women's ideological values and their degree of satisfaction with the house physical environment. Research stages demonstrates the importance of exploring this idea through a human science approach, especially in the first pilot study. The stories of the informants' every-day experience was essential to discover genuine problems. Then the problematic areas were identified and specified through a survey questionnaire and subsequent statistical analysis. Finally, complementing the findings was a wealth of information based on a qualitative ethnographic study. results indicate that there are various solutions to create modern design without sacrifying the great heritage and cultural values of the respondents.