The current research is conducted on the basis of the redefinition of the man-animal relationship, as it is specified by contemporary animal husbandry. The problematic and the need for data quest were born, through studying not only experientially but also historically this relationship and the conditions of the coexistence of both subjects, in order to map the reality in the passing of time. The relevant conducted research, includes the statistical analysis of the production, consumption and the historical evolution of animal husbandry. Parallel to that, it focuses on the needs of men and animals and the prerequisite of their coexistence in space level. The conclusion of this research led to a renegotiation of the position of architectural work within the production associations, concluding into an idea of space narrative concerning animal husbandry with the topic of the intensification of slowness. The quest of a natural and artificial coexistence led to the selection of an old quarry, which is embraced by a natural pasture, as the operation point. The creation of an interactive park is formed by a geometrication of the physique, serving the needs of the artificial. The design process is accomplished on the print of water trace on the ground, creating a course of slopes absorption, in order to integrate into the landscape.