Master's Thesis completed at Syracuse University School of Architecture. This thesis explores the possibility of a closed-loop data center, both in its ecological footprint and its maintenance. As an ecological system, it utilizes several forms of renewable energy in a redundant manner (utilizing the '2n+1' of data center design). As a self-maintained system, the spaces are designed to accommodate automatons rather than human beings to reduce inefficiencies and maximize the notion of a lights-out facility. This project questions what the future of the cloud looks like—just as Wright aestheticized the Buffalo Grain Silo as a precedent for modern architecture, Parity asks what a similar proposition would be for the cloud and how we might visualize something outside of human occupation and imagination.