The story starts with Argentine tango and stops at the "House of Contact". It is worth mentioning that tango’s basic principles, like close embrace, the accomplishment of direct contact and connection with strangers, have psychotherapeutic nature, which will be the purpose of this study. In particular, having the experience of these principles would bring about states of happiness, physical, mental and spiritual well- being. The development of these emotional states promotes a trend towards inwardness and mental investigation, which is cultivated through interaction and communication with others. This special communication can be found in many forms: a hug, a dance, a massage, a bar, a bed, a steam room. Every action has its ritual and as a consequence, and communication and behavior codes are developed. Every move, every acquaintance, every discussion is an action of great importance.
The place which accommodates "House of Contact" is the building of the Volos’ Club, known as “Exoraistiki”. It is a building of historical significance for in Volos, which preserves the well-known open-air cinema in the city. Studying and investigating the history of this building, as well as its operation until today and its relationship with the city, it is revealed that there is great desire to open its gates to the community, to redefine its use and role in relation to the local society. Finally, the main concern would be to form a place that focuses on emotional and sincere contact with oneself and with others by sustaining the existing qualities or uses of the building and by adding new ones.