HyperShell is based on a simple assembly logic of stacking and mirror functions. Each of the linear(Vertical) component is built up by 4 same geometric modular cells. Once the input variables of the cell changes, the whole assemble outcome will be modified accordingly following the True-False logic inherited in the cells. The True-False logic will trigger the flipping/mirror effect of the joints in between the cells to change the resulting component’s morphology. It is an experimental examination attempting to build complex geometric outcomes based on relatively simple logic from bottom up.