The following thesis contains a conceptualization of a childrens facility and a holiday camp in Godech, Bulgaria. Part 1 of the thesis focuses on the historical development of facilities oriented to children and on the increasing significance of architecture and its impact on childrens personality and needs. Next, a situation analysis of a typical Bulgarian town is conducted, where the demographic crisis has taken its huge toll. Part 2 is the conceptualization of the project. Together, the towns topography and the development of its small-scale structure make up the formal concept. Childrens movement in space makes up the theoretical framework. The resulting conceptualization should therefore help in achieving freer movement, better communication and social mixing as well as strengthening childrens imagination and self-discovery. Another important aspect is the inseparable bond with nature. A smooth transition between public and private domain has been established. In the end, the thesis offers a look into the support structure and the material concept, where flexibility plays an important role.