This thesis is focusing on the human body and the way it interacts with its environment, and is attempting to create a structure that explores the limits of the movement.
The research is mainly based on the practice of playing which consists a way of release and on the way the human body behaves being on inclined surfaces.
The creation of a new terrain which implicitly develops a playful mood and challenges the limits of human movement becomes the main designing intention of this project.
Our intervention takes place in the campus of Polytechnic School of University of Thessaly. It is estimated that this kind of structure can constitute a core of alternative amusement and exercise being used by those who undergo the weekly academic procedure and whose bodies submit a physical predetermination. The new terrain attempts to incorporate the already existing needs as the parking and at the same time activities like playing, exercising.
Following a method of manual parametricism which includes a grid, different degrees of inclination adapted to it and its division in triangles, the structure ends up being composed by triangular surfaces and provides parking space, a restaurant and playgrounds.