As the Latin words VIVERE, HABITARE and VADERE already say, my thesis is about LIVING, DWELLING and MOVING. The increasingly aging population and the resulting need for suitable housing is the central theme of this diploma thesis. Since family structures are changing, it is also necessary to respond to individual needs with different forms of living arrangements. For those in need of daycare or a daytime program, the Day Care Center with its temporary living spaces and different possibilities for activities is the perfect place. In addition to the temporary living rooms, there are also long-term care places. Due to the increase of life expectancy, unfortunately, the number of people with dementia also increases. The disease oftentime leads to an isolation and demarcation from society, requently resulting in a faster loss of abilities to find their way in their environment. Therefore, to create a place of social exchange and encounter is of great importance to me. This happens through the targeted meeting of permanent residents with the users of the Day Care Center, but also through the implemetation of event rooms and sport facilities. The planned kindergarten including an afternoon nursery also creates further opportunities to exchange ideas across generations, whilst also the nursing staff has the possiblity to keep their own children well looked after. The entire property is to be made noticeable through a well thought-out green space concept for the residents and the users of the Day Center. There are various outdoor areas, for tranquility and other activities, which address the different senses of the people by differnt planting concepts.