The whole museum was set up in a way that made every exhibit peak my interest and I loved how it was separated by region. The wing that really jumped out at me was the David A. Cofrin Asian Art Wing. One thing that I love in houses and buildings is authenticity and that's what I feel when I see wood, stone or brick. The fact that the whole exhibit was covered from ceiling to floor in wood and that it was brightened by the natural light coming from the window made the room so open and gave me the feeling that I was outdoors. I was immediately drawn to the two pieces of art made of stone that were placed in the center of the room; it was a brilliant choice made by the designers because it turned out beautiful.