Nea Anchialos is a coastal town in the prefecture of Magnesia which was founded in 1907 by refugees from Palea Anchialos, then known as Eastern Rumelia. Since ancient times, in the region where it is located, there were commendable historical cities, namely Pyrasos and Thives of Fthiotis. The core of local history was the building complex of the first Agricultural Wine Cooperative. After 1972 the ownership of the complex was transferred to the Ministry of Culture and today it is partly used as an antiquities warehouse. Although the history of Nea Anchialos is significant, over time it has not been adequately showcased and as a result it is at risk of becoming obsolete. The purpose of this thesis is to examine the building complex, with the intention of its successful reuse. The thesis aims at transforming the old cooperative into a site suitable for the preservation and promotion of the cultural heritage of the region, as well as a "living" laboratory for the preservation, storage and display of material evidence from archaeological excavations in the area. In order for the site to adapt appropriately to this new and more challenging, building programme, the various parts of the existing building complex are either being radically remodelled or dismantled. In addition to storage facilities, the site will house a library, a small museum, laboratories for the study and conservation of exhibits along with a restaurant. The most striking contemporary element of the project is the addition of a perforated shell, anchored to the beams of the building's existing frame, which will be produced by 3D printing. The design of this structure was the result of detailed research into the application of 3D printing in architecture.