In this diploma project the compositional procedure is based on human body’s movement. More specifically, walking, that basic way of shifting in space, is being observed and variated as for its stable rhythm of repetition through the creation of a topography of various sequential inclinations.
The morphology has been studied through physical and three - dimensional models as well as in 1:1 scale, taking into consideration the attributes of walking and the possibility of space creation through movement and its trace. The research phase guided in the composition of a space consisted of successive sequential sections that are placed one next to the other.
A park of kinetic recreation is redesigned where a children playground park is now sited at Analipsi region in Thessaloniki. The design intensions tend to combine both existing and desirable situation of the park considering and reconnecting the pedestrian routes of the urban space around it. Finally, the way that typical playground structures can move is isolated and readapted in the new structure.