During the era of the COVID-19 pandemic, when freedom of transportation is no longer a given, the existing problems escalated and are more than apparent. Finding a permanent solution is now called for more than ever. In this situation the first city that comes to one’s mind is the city of Athens, where, although being surrounded by the sea, the easy access to the latter is almost impossible. Syggrou Avenue determines the bisection between Athens and the seascape, being situated at the waterfront of Phaleron. The only way through the avenue is the overpass named Εsplanada. This thesis aspires to reverse this bisection and reconnect Athens Basin to the seascape by extending Esplanada from the highest point through the Saronic Gulf. This action creates a linear movement from the city ending to the sea, defusing the city mass in the water. As a jetty ends up in the sea and the water is changing beneath so does the ground in this project; meaning that everything is unfixed and potentially considered water. The void between the jetty and the ground is like a non-place, where everything can occur regardless of what is happening in the city. Therefore, variable spaces emerge related to the human body end especially facilities about entertainment and pleasure. The linear array of these spaces of any volume, aspect/shape and use, composes a linear endless-like building having the jetty as a roof.