Two extremely different landscapes - URBAN and NATURAL - are in close relation, separated by the channel. At the same time, east and west ends of the island are oppositions of each other. One is urbanized, modern and utilized, while the other remains wild and untouched. The project suggests merging the two poles of the island by implementing a series of different character landscape designs, that would embrace the gradual change from an urbanized eastern end of the island to the wild western end. Diversity and constantly changing landscape would be an experience of the island visitor. The square would turn into a city park, with an artificially shaped landscape. The latter would slowly become softer until finally would become a wild landscape with stone sculptures scattered around the site. The building is subdivided into six equal smaller volumes with different dominant material (poly carbonate, glass, metal, concrete, brick, timber) assigned to it. The seventh volume with urban farming facilities extends the chain. The material sequence creates a gradient from high tech materials such as poly carbonate and glass - to timber, one of the first materials used for construction. In that way the building itself becomes an exhibit, displaying timeline of different material application in construction. Each gallery is placed in different volume with different material therefore is given a strong unique character instead of being a generic white space.