The Kink project is a reflection of the slippery path of Mar Mekhayel and the daily routine of circulation of pedestrians throughout the area. At an urban scale analysis, one could notice the diversity of areas and districts around Mar Mekhayel, and how these districts belong to a unified category that defines them, ex: Beirut Port ( commercial), Charles El Helou Station(commercial), Gemayze( commercial, residential), etc.Thus, leaving Mar Mekhayel behind as an un identified area that seeks an identity. And through analysis, it is quite noticeable that throughout history the area had a commercial imprint, and it was once a primary vein of the city that linked it all together. Therefor, we found that this problematic, would only be solved by linking the city , or at least the main vivid districts surrounding Mar Mekhayel through a project that contains all the needs and wants of each area, including Mar Mekhayel its self. Moving on to a more immediate setting analysis, a certain fabric had to be maintained that would make the project a part of the area and not an alien or an outcast. From that point on, the generics above had been created which illustrate various spatial conditions that exists in Mar Mekhayel and can be experienced while moving around the area . From the Generics we moved on to the metamorphosis of the spatial conditions from a simple generic form into an actual space that exists inside our project. Overlapping of generic models helped us create these spaces again, and extensions of vertical and horizontal elements that formed these spaced aided in connection the project all together. Taking into consideration 5 different approaches from the neighboring districts, the project would open up at different levels of generosity. By that, we believe that through a program of needs and wants, and a structure of a continuing urban fabric, Mar Mekhayel would once again be alive, as a the connecting vein of the city.