The present research focuses on the role and the positive effects of architecture when applied on the basis of passive systems and energy autonomy buildings. Since it is now known the proper design, materials and use of technologies, designers can apply whatever is possible in each case for reducing energy consumption. Today architecture uses all the natural and liberal forces which are available by the environment. Instead of building a prison environment in an indoor artificial climate architects can use the form of the building and additional on this construction devices to channel the positive forces of nature and rejecting the negative. The abundance and potency of wind, and the need of the buildings to be ventilated during the whole year in order to maintain a level of fresh air, lead on the conclusion that this force should be harnessed and collected to maximize the potential positive contribution of the built environment. Therefore, the investigation will focus beyond the benefits of aeration and techniques that use the force of the wind to cool a building by providing controlled natural ventilation along with little or no artificial ventilation, looking back on solutions from past and analyzing the meaning of wind tower and wind catcher. It will also be made an attempting to modern design approach of such a construction that is designed to minimize heat gain and cooling with the help of the wind.