I am working on an independent study that involves housing typologies and their adaptation to climatic conditions. I am looking at row housing and how their facades may become more adaptable and responsive to changes during storm conditions. My site is beach front and prone to hurricane/ cyclone storm activities. I am wondering if anyone may have any insight as to what forms the facade may begin to take. For example, I have considered altering the beach facing facade from a 90 degree (vertical) wall, to a facade that is tilting it at a more subtle angle such as 30 degrees from the horizon so that it can better address strong winds. I have also considered a double facade that is separate from interior walls. This most exterior wall may have "punch outs" to reduce the surface area and reduce wind loads. I appreciate any and all commentary.