Folded aluminum panels array along the periphery of the building, with various diameters of perforations indicating a hierarchy of visual transparency. Where the panels are most widely cut, they accomplish roughly 70% visual transparency, set between the eye levels of someone who might be standing or sitting. This coaxes a visual connection with the building’s surroundings, while a gradient delineates to roughly 30% transparency along the upper and bottom edges. The panels are bent at obtuse angles, and, because the folds provide inherent structural rigidity, the need for any additional support systems is negated. In elevation, the folded panels realize a dynamic interface, responding differently to the shifting sunlight and shadow. The changing display of the screen façade adds a layer of depth to the heavy, solid mass underneath.