The current architecture practice is shifting towards Green Solutions designed, produced, and operated domestically in a self-sufficient decentralized fashion, following the UN sustainability goals. The current study proposes 3D-printed bioreceptive tiles for the passive immobilization of multi-scale-length algal strains from a mixed culture of Mougeotia sp., Oedogonium foveolatum, Zygnema sp., Microspora sp., Spirogyra sp., and Pyrocystis fusiformis. This customized passive immobilization of the chosen algal strains is designed to achieve bioremediation-integrated solutions in architectural applications. The two bioreceptive tiles following the reaction-diffusion, activator-inhibitor Grier–Meinhardt model have different patterns: P1: Polar periodic, and P2: Strip labyrinth, with niche sizes of 3000 µm and 500 µm, respectively. The results revealed that P2 has a higher immobilization capacity for the various strains, particularly Microspora sp., achieving a growth rate 1.65% higher than its activated culture density compared to a 1.08% growth rate on P1, followed by P. fusiformis with 1.53% on P2 and 1.3% on P1. These results prove the correspondence between the scale and morphology of the strip labyrinth pattern of P2 and the unbranched filamentous and fusiform large unicellular morphology of the immobilized algal strains cells, with an optimum ratio of 0.05% to 0.75% niche to the cell scale. Furthermore, The Mixed Culture method offered an intertwining net that facilitated the entrapment of the various algal strains into the bioreceptive tile.