The topic of this research is the city of Gevgelija in North Macedonia and the border-line situation created there, as a case study. Gevgelija is located very close to the border of North Macedonia with Greece. It gets connected with Greece through the E-75/A1 international motorway axis where the movement stops to be controlled at the customs area. The last decade, along the length of this axis but on the “other side” , many new casinos opened which attract mostly Greek players. Beyond the casinos, this small city of our neighbor country offers extremely competitive prices in fuel and in dental procedures at its various clinics. What the Greeks of the neighboring area must do to gain access to all those amenities is cross the border. The research begins with an experiential approach to the case, firstly by investigating the passage to Gevgelija beginning from Ida, a small agricultural village of Aridaia, where the author comes from. This way of approach unfolds a series of dipoles, since we observe a passage from the place of the village to an area influenced by supermodernity or a non-place, but also a passage from the field of production of the supply to the field where it is being wasted. In this research we try to study this phenomenon through a mapping approach in different scales of space, in order to de-code the circuit of spaces, programs and infrastructure that is being created. Furthermore, we try to define a relationship between the infrastructures of production on the one side, and consuming on the other, and also define the reason behind this relationship. Finally, there is a more focused study on the area of this development and the way it has been defined because of its closeness to the critical point where two important -but with opposite roles axis- (the border and the motorway) coincide and create a threshold.