Material and Energy Consumption in the Building Industry has been increasing with much of the contribution due to inefficiency in the construction and building life cycle. This thesis question challenges the traditional design methodology through the application of advanced practice techniques to the tectonics of a "building facade" at various architectural scales. The focus of the research explores the concepts of deployable kinetic facades through upcyling plastic wastes into new raw construction materials. The project aims to iteratively test the effectiveness of the facade both spatially and practically as a method to minimize embodied carbon in a building's construction cycle and improve energy performances to address global resource consumption issues.