According to recent administrative reforms involving the decentralization of administration, in Greece since the beginning of 2011, all municipalities are broadly grouped into units, resulting in larger administrative territories. The island of Kefalonia, which until recently comprised 6 municipalities and one community, is now established as a new administrative territory, the “Municipality of Kefalonia”. The new municipality has obtained greater powers, greater autonomy, and is the small “governing body” of the island. Consequently, the administrative center of the island moved to the center of the capital of Kefalonia, Argostoli. The objective of the design proposal is the creation of a Town Hall that will bring together the operations of all the former municipal branches, which were scattered across the island, to the location where the old Argostoli Town Hall and Administration are already situated.