Beginning from a revision of the contact between the contemporary city of Athens and the pattern of the network city - the city of flows and mobility - the proposed settlement attempts to negotiate the transformations caused by the realization of the Athenian autopia. The node is located in the Kantza area, in the middle of the contradictory and rapidly developing suburban periphery of Mesogeia. More specifically, it is constructed at the intersection of the new urban highway and a local surface stream, seeking to redefine, divert and stretch the automobile flow. This latter, crucial for the cognitive map of the area, is conciliated with the water flow, element par excellence of mobility, as well as with the movements of pedestrians. The making of the form follows the movement of cars in six new roads/options and the confrontation of multiple flows. The uses (shops, gallery, amphitheater, café, restaurant, car exhibition) are ‘suspended’ on the emerging fabric. What is being investigated is the dialectics between place of movement and place of position and their mutual redefinition in the new suburban landscape of Attica.