The current state of living and working conditions are disjointed, resulting in the possibility of excessive overtime employment. The goal of this design is to combine the building with the future of the health industry. When to work, exercise, and rest will be determined by the user and the building itself. In this situation, a more peaceful and healthier way of working and living is encouraged. The physical and mental health of its users is always a priority in this building, and the privacy and spatial activities of people are also monitored by the entire system. As a result, the adaptability of the interior space becomes critical. Due to the aforementioned requirements, the interior walls must begin to rotate in response to the demand, resulting in a unique spatial experience. The walls are embedded with a scanner that scans the human body’s health at all times so that the building can determine the current state of the person and change to form a space suitable for the user’s activities. Aiming for a healthier future, the building acts as a pioneer for future working and living.