This diploma project deals with the design of an urban park. The study area lies on the eastern coast of Thessaloniki, specifically in the district of Nea Krini in the municipality of Kalamaria. The site refers to a long and narrow unformatted area, vertical to the seafront. The area which is under formation is characterized by a notable elevation compared to the sea and on the verge of it. The location is an urban gap both visually and programmatically. Taking under consideration the needs of the regionand the special features of the intervention area, the design is based on a general intent to develop the seafront as well as the whole site by creating an urban park which will have a local and supralocal character. The topographic reorganisation which is recommended is based mainly on the circulation flows, the distribution and intensities of the different spatial qualities of the existing space and the intent of redefining the limits of green, of the city and of the water element. The dominant feature of our proposal is the creation of two main flows that are treated as cracks in the ground aiming in the direct connection of the urban fabric of the park’s base level with the sea level.