The idea of developing this project came after my 1 year exchange studies abroad at the ETSAB. Barcelona, one of the most fascinating metropolis in Europe has been one of my favourite cities since i first visited it 7 years ago. The proximaty to the beach, the mediterranean climate, combined with an extremely high urban density and its amazing inhabitants, make it truly versatile in many ways, offering different settings everyway you go. Due to its constant growth and high density, the percentage of green area is pretty low compared to other european cities. Streets are often accompanied by rows of treets, the actual amout of parks and green spaces is low nonetheless. The goal of my project was to rehabilitate the area called La Sagrera, between the districts Sant Andreu and Sant Martí, by creating a green area of regeneration, both by offering a park whilst connecting the two districts. At the moment traintracks cross this area, creating a border for its inhabitants. Closing this border with the park, while constructing residential housing, schools and cultural offers at the borders of the site, would reveal huge benefits for its future residents and neighbours.