Exploring the behaviours of biological growth systems, the project studies the organic vegetation logics of modular capsules branching from circulatory spines. By reducing architecture to the assembly of an articulated roof-and-ground condition - with the absence of walls - the spaces generate a dynamic flow between and around different programs. Further programs are provided by the tangential extrusions branching out from the spine where capsules are absent. Upon the establishment of the programmatic distribution and spatial system, the proposal - due to its large scale - is divided into phases first of which is further elaborated and detailed beyond the initial conceptual design. There what is evident is again the spine-like role of the circulatory system to which the capsules are attached to, to provide different programs such as lecture theatres and exhibition spaces.