Aims & Objectives: The goal of this study is to clarify Place-models, which are sets of behavioral scene and place, affording “Communication between Children and the Elderly (CCE)”. And also we analyzed the condition to afford CCE. Context & background literature: Recently, It is difficult to find scenes with CCE in Japan, because many households became nuclear family, and people are not so much interested in the community. On the other hand, there are a lot of complex facilities such as an elementary school joined to a nursing home. On this background, we must clarify the planning method to design places where people of different generations can be together and having communication inside of complex facilities. Method of inquiry or argument: We asked people about the most impressive memory being with the elderly in their childhood. And they sketched and explained their image of communication they have. Then we analyzed the behavioral scene, places, and condition from them. Major kind of behavioral scenes could be classified into 5 types, talking, and skilling, shopping, playing, and dinning. The places affording CCE are tend to be broadly ranging from private to public. We find ‘small-scale shops’ and ‘Engawa’, Japanese traditional porch, can afford CCE. Findings & Conclusions: We find out 5 place-models that afford CCE. “Engawa-model” is intermediate place between living and garden. “Family room-model” is living space where people being together and dinning. ”Train-model” is setting on that people sit side by side naturally. “Shop-model” is a small-scale shop along the way in the school zone. “Alley-model” is a narrow way preventing from car traffic. The condition to afford CCE could be classified into 2 types. “Program-affording” is led by communication programs of elementary schools or children groups. This type is seen in public spaces usually. “Incidental-affording” comes out in their daily life. This type tends to be seen in private spaces.