Strasbourg -especially the project site- has the key-concept of contrast as its identity due to existing urban fabric. Various scales, urbanity levels, materials, and architectural styles and techniques create a hybrid tissue in between the two edges -from holiday houses to European Parliament. In this unbalanced variation, buildings in European Quarter rise as a center of attention with the same aspects (scale, material difference, etc.) due to their functional necessities. In this project, the same aspects are used to differentiate “Impact Hubs” as the core of the program from the rest at the periphery, similar with the European Quarter and the rest of the urban texture at its periphery. Since impact hubs has smaller amount of area compared to the rest in the program, exaggeration of the volume is taken as the strategy to make impact hubs visible, which is achieved by creating a translucent micro-climatized box. In this way, nature and architecture togetherness is positively challenged by blurring the line between indoor and outdoor distinction experimentally.