This particular study focuses on the Antigonidon square, a central point to what has always constituted the historical centre of Thessaloniki.
The certain square is characterized by an ambience of average commercial interchange along with high vehicle speeding.
This fallow place, which is in considerable lack of conscious public space, highlights an urgent need for immediate reformation in a way that the square could efficiently integrate the rest of a fluent city.
The fragmentary revelation of the archaic temple neighboring the Antigonidon square along with the incorporation of the gaping spaces of the bordering plots held a fundamental role in the wider concept of the re-designation of the area.
The reintroduction of the feeling of a local neighborhood, the safety of the residents, and the actual benefit of providing these citizens with creative relaxation time and space, constitutes our principal objective.
According to these needs and standards the Antigonidon square is shaped as an urban leisure place. The exposed thematic parks and the wooden mappings that accompany the residents’ routes work to facilitate their movement and lead their way straight to the centre of interaction and socialization, straight to the Antigonidon square.