"HYPERCUBE, designed by BERNASKONI, is the first innovative building of innovative city Skolkovo (Russia's 'Silicon Valley'), the strategic goal of which is to concentrate international intellectual capital, thereby stimulating the development of breakthrough projects and technologies. HYPERCUBE is primarily a portal that attracts people and ideas from outside to Skolkovo, and provides a platform for communication. The project goal was a short-term creation of multi-transformer, energy-efficient building which becomes a symbol of Skolkovo and meets the urban principles of innovative city. Architects built the structure as a transformer whose function and facade is able to change during its life cycle in such a way that it would enable closer communication between the companies and foster the birth of new projects. Special 'transformer' spaces are suitable for conducting business events, seminars, extended meetings and small exhibitions. HYPERCUBE plays the role of a communication hub, being the main public platform and representing innovative startups. The President of Skolkovo Viktor Vekselberg says: 'Our the most important goal was to build walls that would produce the right environment ' one that encourages creativity to find interesting solutions and to have wise thoughts; one where everyone would feel comfortable and at ease, just like they do at home'. HYPERCUBE is an example of the urban 4E formula (energy efficiency, ecology, ergonomics, economics) in reality. The inner space of HYPERCUBE is modeled taking into account heat receipt through walls, floors and a roof; warmth accumulation in the mass of a construction material; sunlight penetration protection through windows, external walls and a roof; artificial (compulsory) ventilation; heating and cooling (conditioning) systems; the internal thermal loading caused by people presence, the radiation and heating devices; relative air humidity and internal microclimate. High tech complex engineering and low tech smart architecture - all together are packed in simple minimalistic form."