During my fifth year in architecture school I designed a museum for the Wright brothers, to be located on the hill used for the first airplane flight. My project took advantage of the strong wind there to naturally ventilate the building. Air would flow down the hill, through various louvers and circulate through the museum - eliminating demand for air conditioning during the hot summer. The building would be constructed out of wood, using joints and detailing similar to the Wright brothers "aesthetic." The roof would be zinc coated steel, offering both longevity, corrosion protection from the harmful salt air, and as a gesture to the aviation industry. Natural breezes and ample light filtered through the louvers create a building with the similar mindset of the Wright brothers plane.