Preoccupied in a world of humidity field data, wind patterns and moss; a world created from Stirling's subtle placement of his red brick trilogy in relation to the environment, transpires my project. A project innately sensitive to the very data sets that brought its form. In a symbiotic relationship with the BBraun Melsugen power-station, it borrows the condensation process; letting steam course through the veins of its walls which are lined with countless wing like openings. As the walls pulse subtly with the rhythm of the steam out put, spaces contract and expand as the walls interact. What would be a purely architectural experience contrasts greatly with the solidity of Stirling's legacy; truly reflecting the transience of trying to capture invisible data within a physical experience.