Building skin proposal represents the process of natural ventilation which is actuated by a user of a particular space behind the system. By inflating air cushions, a user activates the origami-shape structure and adjusts airflow with thermal conditions of the space, and their visual experience. The dynamic performance of the façade will portray life behind the skin and allow the building to breathe by its individual cells occupied by various inhabitants such as machines, people or vegetation. Pairing the adjustment and actuation of the skin system with the interior climate qualities renders the potential more individualised user engagement. The ability for ventilation adjustment allows us to provide a more direct relationship between the function and aesthetics of a building skin as it pertains to thermal, solar, and ventilation needs.