It is clear that the new paradigm of emerging design process is bound to electronic and digital technologies. The other fact in digitalized architecture is the base with an extremely fluid and dimensioned application space. Thus, we need new and capable tools to practice in this new environment. Over the years a number of methods have been developed to facilitate the participatory design process. All are designed to engage the local community and most use relatively simple technology. Computers have made a significant impact on architecture in practice. Computer supported generative systems can provide useful inputs for developing different types of architectural products. Usage of generative systems in architectural design is an expanding domain. This research and design activity includes parallel processes like algorithm creation, software development and form design. Many designers have focused on the production of free form designs as computer generated images and less as physical models. Computer-Aided Architectural Design (CAAD) has an increasingly important role in the architectural professions as a tool for visualizing and documenting their solutions. Currently, CAAD systems have adequately satisfied several demands. They have dramatically improved the accuracy and consistency of working drawings, enabled fabricators to visualize their ideas in three-dimensions, allowed the analysis of final designs through data exchange and integrated databases, and even allowed the designers to evaluate designs based on comparisons to previous cases and/or the formalization of grammars. This study intended to suggest digital design prototype for sustainable manufacturing in environmental design.