The objective of the diploma project is to look into and strengthen through designing the relation of the disabled person with the social as well as the natural environment. The starting point of the structure is epitomized by the concept of the coexistence of the natural and artificial environment, of the old and the new. By extension, the relation between living with nature and the relation of man and nature are two parameters that also comprise the designing purpose, so that the disabled person can be in constant contact with the natural environment, which is a source of harmony and balance. The designing goals of the diploma project, apart from the functionalism, the appeal of the architectural suggestion and the flexibility, are the interrelation of the residence with the environment, that is the coexistence of the natural and the artificial, the old and the new as well as the easy access and service of the person with motion disability. The first geometrical linings of the structure are dictated by the existing elements which determine the physiology of the building block, like the limits of the building site, the existing architectural elements of the area, like the old stone walls, as well as the maintaining of the existing plants. On a secondary level, follow the geometrical linings dictating the organization of the ground and the limitation of the transitional spaces. The linings are formed in such a way so that the core of the structure which is the central transitional space is emphasized.
The building is based on a synthetic construction with internal dynamics which comes from the combination of the architectural volumes, the outdoor and semi-outdoor spaces and the crossing axes. Special emphasis on the total synthesis is given to the quality of the outdoor areas which are defined by the building construction mass, as well as the variety of the micro-environment which these units define.