Recently, environmental conscious design is a term that has been widely used (Fordham, 1999). The term refers to variety of approaches in architecture design that covers technical, behavioural, and functional aspects (Goulding et al., 1992). These approaches usually include contradictory measures to achieve environmentally responsive architecture (Sykes, 1995; Norton, 1999). The contradiction is magnified and clearly explained when attempts are made to create an environmentally conscious design (Hui, 1996). Incarceration architecture is very specific type of buildings (McConville, 2000). Prison buildings represent the split between the society requirements and the needs for the users, in this case the prisoners, to have comfortable environment.