Architects today examine and design buildings with a dynamic and organic nature, whose main characteristics are adaptability and flexibility. When the interest of the research is focused on the study of the facades that form the outer shell of a building, researchers try to control the internal conditions of insolation, natural lighting and ventilation in order to balance external and internal environmental conditions, helping in this way to create comfortable and satisfactory spaces. The shell behaves as a "middleman" between internal and external environment. The ongoing status quo that is being formed in architecture internationally, imposes a more flexible and changeable architectural design that will respond directly to changing user needs and conditions of the external environment. Advances in technology and the development of motor systems can contribute even more to the creation of an architecture based on adaptability, versatility, interaction with the environment and flexibility. Our research focuses on analyzing kinetic and interactive architectural systems. Furthermore, our essay examines the concept of alteration of an architectural form and its interaction with the environment and its users. In addition, we make an attempt to study motor systems, based on their structural and interactive operation through representative examples and references. Our design proposal focuses on creating a kinetic facade, the form of which will be affected by several factors such as climatic conditions, laboral hours, temperature and the move of users. Our approach concentrates on the interrelationships of the kinetic structure, the user and the environment. The present essay searches for mechanisms, materials and technologies that will help the kinetic structure adapt to the specific requirements of the climate of a region, developing a cooperative relationship with its environment.