According to Yona Friedman, architecture in the future will have as its only purpose the satisfaction of the public's need for entertainment. Housing in the future will have become an empty structure, which will be filled in with the demands of the crowds, becoming a means of fulfilling these wishes and creating new sensations. Amusement will be multiplied every time a new limit is being outnumbered and a new, different kind of space is being born. The limits that the nature has placed are now being transcended and a new kind of nature is now born.
This is why, the Corinth Canal is being chosen. The canal is indeed a scenery in transition, where natural habitat and human intervention have been coexisted for so many years so that nowadays nobody can separate the natural and the technical elements of the landscape. It is considered as one of the most complicated places from the geological aspect as changes of the land are obvious to both the vertical and the horizontal axis.
After the establishment of the new national highway the verticality of the landscape is not easily conceived by the passerby and it does not seem to be a trademark of the area. In the following proposal the structure that is presented is seeking a way to heighten the sense of verticality of the total landscape. The complex tends to put the visitor in a situation, in which he is between earth and water, floating over the gap. With a sequence of hanging walls the proposal seeks to simulate the conditions of the surrounding environment, while the scenery is being now perceived through continuous screens. Spa facilities and accommodation rooms for about 100 people are being found in the structure. Inside the complex, isolation rooms are being found in order to reestablish the individual's external stimulation by altering the sense of gravity.