Located in Seattle, near the Olympic Sculpture Park and the coast, the data center was designed as multiple monolithic interconnections to reflect the response to the site. The local climatic conditions in Seattle were the basis of our design. After fully collecting information on the local wind environment, rainfall environment, temperature, humidity, etc., we extracted the conditions favorable and unfavorable to the data center. Our project takes into account the recycling of water resources: the sloping roof design facilitates rainwater collection, and the topography sloping towards the coast facilitates the return of rainwater to the ocean, helping to achieve water recycling. The V-shaped roof and chimney help direct cool outdoor breezes into the room and exhaust heat from the server rooms. The windward facade uses evaporative cooling to absorb heat, and rainwater collected by the roof circulates in ceramic pipes to further reduce the temperature of the airflow into the room.