In the present Diplomatic Work is presented a project about the creation of new installations of hospitality for the students of the Natural Environment School of Aristotelian University. The plot that is proposed is in the entry of the mountainous village Pertouli and it’s in the property of the Aristotelian University. It borders with the Forest Inspection and the offices of the professors and it is runned over a small tributary. For the installations, it is proposed a group of four buildings that forecasts hostel for the students and a hearth of multiple uses. The hostels are organised in three two-storied buildings that include in total 24 three-bed and 24 two-bed rooms. Consequently, there can be accommodated 120 individuals, those who are entering each year in the Natural Environment School. The hearth is a three-level building with two entries. In the ground floor there is dinning space with a kitchen, WC and a balcony having view in an artificial lake. In the first floor of the hearth there is a library, while in the second floor the space is advisable for students meetings, and team working. The buildings and the walls are in their bigger percentage built by stone with wooden elements, and the roofs are covered by traditional stone tiles. The access in the buildings becomes roadly from an entry in the higher point of the plot. The pedestrians can enter in the space from three entries that are surrounding the plot. Also, the project forecasts parking for the vehicles in the northern side of the plot and an open air space which can be used for the concentrations of the students in the south-western side.