A residential tower proposal which has a facade based on the honey comb structure of a beehive. Each cell of the facade is roughly the height of the interior floor and also houses a rectangular window. The change of shape from hexagon to square when coupled with the depth change of the two shapes create a smooth surface between the two. This change of depth from the window to external surface of the building is also altered based on directionality and height. This allows for both better viewing of the surrounding area in addition to providing efficient shading in Taiwan's strong sunlight. Because of minimal changes to the surface of the facade, the individual cells can be precast and then brought to the project location making for an easier construction technique. However, in addition to the change in color rising up the tower, cells begin to merge together more often. This allows for some windows to stretch and allow for a larger, more luxurious, and higher class interior which sometimes become more than one floor apartments.