Reversible Destiny Healing Fun House – Palm Springs takes shape out of four rotations (0°, 60°, 180°, 240°) of a space capsule -like module. Linked pairs of this module—half rhombic-triacontahedron, half sphere—symmetrically close in the main area, a 46-ft rolling plain sporting a hilly play area and a cave containing a fully-equipped kitchen. This set of variously oriented modular rooms provides researchers intent on determining the environment’s contribution to embodied life with an important research tool, an array of nearly identical enclosures, whose differences and similarities are well-articulated and therefore clearly discernible.RDHFH’s extremely accommodating bright yellow free-form porch that surrounds the set of rooms has been engineered to respond to those afoot upon it, hydraulically lending sympathetic support to animate players, ‘attentive’ to their every move. This structure delivers up its fair share of Fun House thrills. It is thrilling to appear to be traversing the great outdoors while ensconced within a building. A visitor will also find it thrilling to stand within an enclosing volume /architectural surround and have the ability to note precisely its effect on her in comparison to the effects on her of other nearby enclosing volumes/architectural surrounds. The strict symmetrical arrangement of this building makes it extraordinarily readable— the whole along with its parts can be taken in all at once —and this causes tingling chills and thrills to run through the spines of all who enter here. What could be more thrilling than coming to realize yourself capable of doing what you had never deemed possible.An example of modularity put to rigorous use, investigative to its core and plausibly rising to the level of a thoroughgoing research tool or medical device, the Fun House counts as a leading example of Procedural Architecture, a new interdisciplinary research-based architecture that addresses human-environment interactions.