This thesis wanders around a meeting point. The point where Larnaca Salt Lake meets the Leper House “Agios Charalambos”. It is not just a spatial meeting, because when history comes along, this meeting finds a purpose and a cause. The ecological and archaeological significance are together with the area, currently left to degrade and this became the reason for the regeneration of the area. Two spaces, coexisting by incidence, are renewed and transformed into one vital area of the city.
A new memorial space is being created, a museum for the people who spent their lives in the leper house. Through wandering in the building, the visitor has sporadic views of the sensitive natural environment and can relate the information given with the setting. In this memorial, the guest discovers tracks of human life, activity and civilization. When exiting the building, the visitor follows a three dimensional walk above and around the Salt Lake scenery. This walk aims to connect the two spaces through continuous images, views and information. The structure created, includes the trail, recreational spaces, view and information points.