Over the last decade, technology appears to be increasingly entering the everyday life of the individual. Networks are constantly expanding and seem to be "ubiquitous" while users are increasingly clinging to the customized services provided through the internet and modern technologies. Issues arise, however, regarding the data which are produced, collected, stored and exploited by third parties, enhancing surveillance, commercialization and the exercise of power. At the same time, the capabilities of the individual to resist this contemporary model seem to be constantly restricting due to constant connectivity. The possibilities of disconnecting from the networks in the modern urban environment are being explored as an attempt to redefine the boundaries of connectivity. The project aims to meet an emerging need; to be off the network. Thus, it is attempted to develop a new network that works alongside the existing one and relies on others to spread. Starting from the urban network and the city of Volos, the action is extended to the national network and then to the Mediterranean network, based on a scenario of dissemination and consolidation of the need for disconnection. It aims at the emergence of a new community with common concerns regarding the redefinition of digital networking.