In order to further understand the building it was important to zoom in to the detail. With this it is possible to make an in depth analysis of how the skin of the building would be able to function as part of the building’s metabolic structure. As the design is based on and had been driven by both an elaborate sun and wind analysis it would need to function in this frame of thought on a detailed level as well. In images 1 to 3 the essence is to describe how the skin works. The builbing will have a series of double skin facades, varying in materiality and space, however, at the same time it will need to have great unity as to allow certain design concepts to be allowed to function. In summer months the outer and inner skins can be opened as to allow for natural ventilation to take place. The slab in between these skins will need to be perforated in some way as to allow for additional wind aided cooling. Between the skin a comfortable climate can be generated that can be used as an extention to the home and as well as a communal space and in some cases, such as described in image 01 as a garden. In this case the space between the skin forms a sort of greenhouse, giving the possibility for interior vertical gardens. In winter months, the skin can be closed as to allow for passive solar heating, therefor giving the building a comfortable buffer zone inside the double skin. In this way it is also possible to use this interior space for food production on the vertical gardens. The facade louvers will be used all year round for solar energy production. As they are open in summer they will be according to the summers higher position and in winter as they are closed will have a lower angle as to accommodate the suns low positioning in the sky.