In the last decade, a significant development and growth has taken place in Greece in terms of the creation and production of wind energy parks. South Evia has the largest percentage of wind farms in Greece.Specifically, the area of Karystos has a very rich wind potential and has the appropriate specifications and weather conditions for their production. For the last ten years, wind energy parks are being created with a much larger number of wind turbines, while before the number of windenergy parks was very small in the area. This implies the arrival of a very large number of workers in Karystos. Due to the large number of RES workers, a significant problem has arisen in the area in terms of housing. In addition to the inability to accommodate all employees, there were also no proper standards to meet their needs, which created a problem for the hotel units where they lived. On the occasion of this specific problem and the continuous arrivals of RES, the initial impetus was created for this diploma project, which was the creation of a housing that would target this specific group of people, while strengthening the tourism sector in Karystos. Specifically, our goal was a housing that would serve the needs of the workers, where the spaces for which they can be reused in the context of tourism. Therefore, EN-Resort, reflects the combination of tourism and work, utilizing every need of the individual and the employee, in an environment where functions are not separated, but coexist with the existence of public functions and common green spaces.