Hybrid Skins was created as part of the 'Acoustic Tectonics' workshop run by Isak Worre Foged in the spring/summer semester 2017 at CITAstudio. I worked on this project with Gabriella Rossi and our project explored how surface geometry affected different acoustic phenomena. We were tasked with designing acoustic panels for a pavilion at the Ørestad Friskole in Copenhagen, the pavilion will be used for the students to have lessons outside. The project explored different methods of forming polycarbonate panels to scatter sound in a way that helps the teacher to be heard by the students. We explored using acoustic simulation with an evolutionary computation to optimise the scattering of sound in the space. The pavilion, an on-going project by CITAstudio, will feature some of the panel designs derrived from the workshop and is currently in construction.