Such a design would be quite large, and require some unique materials to pull off. The spans needed at the requisite scales would put paper engineering of cardstock to the test I think. Still, I'd like to give it a try. I've got several WWII and Cold-War era hangars within a 2-hour drive that I'd like to model sometime.
The Hangar 25 museum in Big Spring is a unique WWII structure:
I like the doors and the concrete buttresses. The hangar currently houses a T-37, T-38, T-33, an AT-11, T-28, and the nose off a B-52. You can also see some of the criss-cross wood design forming the roof. It's called a lamella design:
There's also a couple of vintage 1950's alert hangars I'd really like to model from there at Big Spring too:
Each hangar housed a pair of F-102s on alert when Webb AFB was active. The daggers were later replaced with F-104s. Modelling the doors on the alert hangars would take some doing!