Our project explores an adaptable green wall facade system which integrates structure, skin, glass, plants and an irrigation system for water delivery. Using parametric design and scripting methods in conjunction with physical paper folding techniques, we are exploring new ways and modes that building components can operate, which respond to specific local conditions, yet remain as a cohesive organic global whole. The facade system we are proposing is a folded aluminum composite panel system with integrated structure, glazing and insulation with the possibility for pocketing for plants and plant material. The base unit arrayed over the field makes up a facade with different degrees of folds, responding to different factors of program, access to light, and size of the plant. The project also explores a secondary system of apertures in three different sizes, providing a variation of intensities of light filtering through the facade and creating spatial effects. The secondary score lines also create an exterior network of light strips that illuminate at night as well as highlight the geometry of the fold. Together, these components make up a facade system that is capable of large variation and flexibility of geometry and transparency. The CNC aluminum panels are spaced one foot apart and are infilled with spray-foam insulation. On the interior the facade peels back from the facade and connects to the floor plate of the level above creating a drop ceiling. Through exploration of parametric strategies, we were able to achieve a design that could be applied to construction and create a buildable facade system.