The present project (thesis) deals with the design of a center for the therapy of eating dis- orders in Tritsis park. The lack of specialized infrastructures in Greece, along of the continu- ously increasing number of patients, has been the motivating thought behind the creation of such an experimental center. The redefinition of the alimentation space, the offering of the desired alimental socialization degree to the patient, and his/her gradual reintegration into society have been the central design axis for this project. Following our research and a series of interviews with specialized therapists and patients in the Greek Center for Eating Dis- orders, we arrived at the Maudsley method as the therapy model to be applied in our center. This approach outlines the building morphology, translating the three therapy phases into the corresponding three stages of accommodation, according to the degree of the patient’s recovery. The vast arable fields available, the park’s position within the urban boundaries and its historic importance during the World War II and the German occupation, in which period the park fed a large part of the population of Athens, constituted the reasons that lead us to select Tritsis park. The implementation of the three stages of therapy, in terms of space, is applied in three levels, which follow the park landscape. In modern society, and in a different refeeding frame, we support that the involvement of the person under treatment with raw materials may be part of treatment. Therefore, we reinforce urban agriculture within the cen- ter as well as the cooperation with external bodies/entities in order to increase the orientation and education of the public with regard to nutrition, and in the longer term, give prominence and bring out the quality and definition of the park as an agricultural center.