This book explores wind-adaptive architectural design blending the parametric design with digital simulations and suggests a novel approach for specific, even extreme conditions, as the first step in creating architecture that can act in response to the nature around. The chapters propose an urban and architectural design that emerges from the specific wind microclimate of the design site and responds to the changes in the ambient wind conditions. The book looks closely at A) the interdisciplinary wind-driven design method for architects, engineers, and urbanists employing open-source software for CFD analysis and B) the tensegrity-membrane adaptive building façades. The main questions the authors try to answer are: How does the wind-driven methodology enhance the wind comfort around buildings? How can it contribute to the reduction of wind surface loads acting on buildings?