This was a collaborative project between myself, an architecture student and another interior design student. We were asked to design a "futuristic node" that would sustainably exist in the year 2050. We then agreed on selecting the young and affluent neighborhood of Park Slope in Brooklyn, New York to be our site. Based on the demographics of the neighborhood, we felt that a fertility/infertility care center would appeal to the residents. We selected an empty lot and worked with the architecture student to develop a program, floorplans and exterior shell for the node. The exterior shell incorporates passive systems technology to increase sustainability. These systems, including operable windows, solar panels and photovoltaic glass, result in a building that has the possibility of being self-sustaining. The interior spaces use only LEED-certified materials. The lobby features a vertical garden system that provides healthy and filtered air to patients. Our overall goal was to produce a space that enables its users to receive care that is holistic and responsive to nature and the human body.