The aim of this project is the placement and the design of the bus terminal of Athens. Given the proximity to major highways, the easy access with metropolitan railway, the position of the region towards the city center and its special conditions, is selected the area of Eleonas, and more specifically, the block where is situated the depot of the Metro, the roof of which it is proposed for this purpose. The different elevation of the roof of the depot from the street level is used as a component intending to separate the movements of pedestrian from the movement of vehicles, and so they are placed at different levels. The adjacent park is also used to improve access at the Station while the park can be used as an extension of the Station and at the same time the station can operate as an extension of the park. Three types of structures are proposed for the needs of the station. In the field of human motion are proposed rectangular pavilion buildings to accommodate as stand points. Around this area are placed the spaces of the vehicles movements, which are formed taking into account their trajectory forming curved spaces at the floor plan level. Finally, the two previous statements are enclosed by topological geometry surfaces, which are developed in a rectangular grid. These elements signal the pedestrian movements either in the form of shelter, or as forming the ground surface. The overall configuration of the bus station aims to provide an opportunity for a synthesis of new urban programs.