The primary idea behind the "wind tunnel" was that the intervention should be as minimally intrusive as possible. It should serve as a shelter, in other words it should be occupiable, while still keeping in essence of the ethereal nature of wind and shadows.
The installation is constructed from four materials: white cotton sheets, fishing line, trees, and wind. The condition of the wind changes the condition of the experience. When the wind is blowing, a covered walkway is formed, when it is not, a wall runs along the path.