For over twenty-five years the entry to the Johnson Space Center was marked by the outdoor display of a Saturn V rocket. Since 2003, the spacecraft has been entombed within an opaque metal shed. Although this structure serves the functional purpose of protecting the artifact, it effectively castrates its visual and symbolic impact of the mighty rocket housed inside. The geometry of our unsolicited design proposal allows the vehicle to be seen in its entirety from the street while a series of elevated catwalks allow the vehicle to be viewed from above – a perspective never before possible.