Using the coastline has never been a social event before the beginning of the 19th century. Swimming, sunbathing were the constructions of early capitalism and industrial countries. Therefore sea tourism is an end product of unconscious and destructive consumption. The term "Anthropocene" refers to human impact on earth starting from Industrial Revolution and the environment of the world is in a difficult situation since then. The proposal is harvesting the coastline, the landscape, and the waterscape. Waste harvesting and reappropriation are going to be the new lifestyle of Bodrum. Therefore, the coastline will be a model for conscious and constructive production. Within the thickness of the ground, Roman baths that have a spatial organization strongly related to their structural plan are recognized. The spaces transform from one to another by making use of wall thicknesses. Since recycled blocks as a building material enable thick volumes, the construction techniques of Roman baths are interpreted and re-considered with tomorrow’s building material.