This is a study of expansion and remodeling of the polytechnic colleges of the university of Thessaly. planning area is defined as the current plot university complex, the southwest part of the Palaia region, and the triangle between the roads Sekeri, Alamanas and Athinon avenue.
Observation data were collected for steering the course of design and synthesis. The population group of students active in the urban fabric, the topography and geography of the city, the boundaries of the area and the relationship with the immediate surrounding environment, were significant comments.
The joint activities of the crowded, uniform, group of students, their concentrated houses, combined with the compact nature of the center of the city of Volos, shape a free, unplanned, spontaneously formed campus in the urban fabric which is simultaneously a main power supply system for the city economic, cultural, recreational and social area.
The aim is to design a core in the university area, capable of dealing with the existing one in the city and the creation of a link between them. New additions to the university complex is the building of electrical engineering, a library, sports facilities, student dinning club, workplaces of architecture engineering, public auditorium, offices of Dean, and student residences. As an axis connecting the urban fabric and the university complex, but also as the centerpiece for the design, launched a bicycle path that runs through the city's coastline, and also supplies and crosses the campus.