As is often the case in the cities that generate their wealth from the sea, the primordial connection of the city and the water was lost due to the intersection of the Poseidonos Avenue. In one of his first visits, architect Renzo Piano found that despite the abandonment of the area, the links between the sea and the city were still visible. It was enough for him to climb to the top of a neighboring building to discover a magnificent view of the Faliro Bay and the Acropolis. Since then, the project aimed, above all, at restoring the natural and conceptual connection between the land and the sea. Since his first visit to the site, Renzo Piano summed up the project to a topographic idea: to ‘lift’ a piece of land to design a sloping park, a hill under which he would place the building facilities from the top of which we would regain the lost view of the sea and the Acropolis.