Circulation drives the design in this project. Three separate units are compressed into two main volumes in order to follow the car and pedestrian circulation of the site. As a result, two interlocking masses form a long continuous courtyard in the center, creating a natural wind scoop to ventilate this pocket of space and move hot air up and out. The courtyard also serves as the main entrance to all three complexes, thus encouraging interaction among the residents. Stairs are designed to lean on the walls facing the courtyard to expose interior circulations to the shared space, further emphasizing the influence of circulation in the design. Green roof and screens are also incorporated in the building to provide shading and cooling throughout the day. The structure of the green roof provides enough thermal massing and insulation to protect the bedrooms and living rooms from the south sun during the day and the cold at night; therefore the bedrooms and living rooms are designed to achieve maximum thermal comfort throughout the day.