This diploma project concerns the design of a tourism complex, in the region of “ Pozar” thermal baths. Along with the natural shaped therapeutical baths and the existing infrastructures, the drawn installations, aim to supplement the jigsaw puzzle of the wider region (Fill in Pozar) and provide to the visitor the uniquely combined sense of staying and wellness (Feel in Pozar) focused on liquid element, a hallmark of this place. The main aim is a completed building program, which covers all visitor’s needs during his accomodation and is able to show the destination off in terms of therapeutical tourism. In particular, is required the construction of a modern bathing building-spa, the use of which, through a specified route, will create for the user an experience of relaxation such physically as mentally. This procession concerns a cure operation that takes into consideration the human body and its various needs. Then, is considered, the creation of a “boutique” hotel with 32 beds and 6 different, as for the composition, types of rooms, but common, in other ways, aesthetics of design. The hotel is not subjected to classical ideals, despite it focuses on the differentiation of experience of lodging. A third mass, penetrates the two buildings from one side to another and as a corridor it essentially bridges them. These two buildings are met under the corridor, in an open square, under the level of the ground. The structure of this area aims in the “coexistence “of the visitors in the “internal” of the complex and creates a new “path” in the plot. The significance of flow in the spaces constitutes an important issue about their composition. The masses are linked in order to create a world of continuous, reciprocal adaptation and movement between each building and render the complex capable of operating and receiving its crowd.