This independent theater positions itself on a site with great personality, defining it, awakening memories. By doing so, it helps reviving that specific urban area. The start-up for this project was the pixel (POINT) concept. We used the pixel as a unit of measurement (module), thus generating a series of modular and multifunctional objects that helped obtain flexibility: the “bookcase” that contains, unifies and filters and the armchair that can also turn into a table. These ended up enveloping and visually unifying the whole space, whilst separating and outlining certain areas. The ground floor has the function of a foyer and is also able to host cultural events. The basement works as a bar/club and sometimes as a performance room for unconventional plays. The actual theater hall is contained in the mansard roof and is a modern interpretation of a hall, stressing on flexibility. The theater hall also benefits from having a covered terrace. The long and narrow yard defines itself as an extension of the foyer, especially during the warm seasons. The paradox inside the POINT project is that unity is achieved by fragmentation (pixilation). The crude finishes, structures and installations, the 3D accentuated perception of space and volumes, balanced by vegetation, curved lines (details of the Sixth century), semi-opaque filters, the way lights and shadows are shed on the walls and the urban feel, gather up inside a nonconventional theater project.