The project aim was to give “life” to the city and make the peculiarities of historical and local environmentalist become central and interact constantly with the people. At the urban level, the design has proposed a connecting radial network road to reduce the private traffic flow in direct proportion to the distance from the new city center, with interchange poles between cars and green vehicles. For pedestrian traffic, evoking the medieval town pattern of the City (Walls) walkways, the connection among the parts is realized through a TAPE composed by modular elements of different widths, sections and made by sustainable material. Signage and street lighting elements, made up of photovoltaic panels and nano-wind power plants, are a productive network of renewable energy; for the purpose of making citizens aware, the production and storage of green energy is visible, in real time, on a big screen sets in the new park. The PARK is projected as a sustainable and educational ensemble. The idea of the project is inspired by territory orography: hills and glacial lakes. These ones are interpreted in different scales, in various volumes and in different materials, to create mixed fruition areas without compositional discontinuity. The relation between volumes and heights helps to eliminate the fracture and the gap between the flat park area and the vertical surrounding buildings, it helps to provide geographical continuity with the hill of the historic center. Educational panels explain the “how and why” of the sustainable strategies applied in the park (infiltration plus filtration ditch, biotype basin, basin wetlands, differentiated absorption surface, recycling rainwater, wind and solar energy).