Located on one of Israel's most exciting seashores, Tel Aviv has been neglected since 1965 and abandoned as a docking port for regulation. The recently completed public space development project attempts to restore this unique area and turn it into a prominent and lively urban landmark. The public space designer is the winner of the public competition. Starting from the new port management in 2003, it is an ambitious new vision - renewable ports, including the reconstruction of public space and the restoration of old hangars in ports. The Mayslits Kassif Architects (in collaboration with Galila Yavin) project has brought vitality to tourists, who can't wait until the project is completed. The architect considers the project a unique opportunity to build a public space, challenge the public's contrast between private and public development, and propose a new friendly agenda for centralized open space. The design introduces a large number of undulating, non-stratified surfaces, which is not only a reflection of the mythical dunes, but also a free interpretation and an open invitation to unstructured activities. A variety of public, political and social activities - from spontaneous assembly, artistic creation to group public behavior - have attracted this unique urban platform, demonstrating that the project has successfully reshaped the port as a vibrant public space.