Utilizing local materials and knowledge sharing through local workers, traditional design techniques can be combined with design innovation. The most important architectural goal of this place is the physiological experience through enhancing the comfort, health, and healing of a diverse array of user groups. Through research, we can derive a system and material to address the needs in this context and climate. The Healing process demonstrates a commitment to caring for not only the physical, but also the spiritual and mental needs of the community. We are committed to caring for the whole person and need to create a system which provides a space to achieve this. A tensile roofing membrane elegantly responds to and solves the cultural, contextual, and environmental challenges in Malawi by directly addressing the physiological needs of the users .