The intent of the design is to utilize a series of systems that respond to site conditions, and to create opportunities for habitable spaces that move away from the normal realm of spatial experience. Beginning with the study of different taxonomies that correspond to the sun and wind paths of the site, a configuration was chosen to maximize efficiency and sustainability of the design. Solar panel systems and wind driven ventilation are incorporated. Furthermore, units are orientated at a forty-five degree angle to capture maximum daylight while protecting the residential terrace space from deep penetration by the southern sun. Circulation flows vertically between the program and skin as well as horizontally all around the units, creating moments for programmatic interaction among residents.