Kohn Pedersen Fox + Heatherwick Studio announce their selection by Changi Airport Group, the manager and operator of Singapore Changi Airport, as the design leaders of the airport’s new Terminal 5. building
As part of their quest for excellence, Changi Airport Group commissioned Moment Factory to produce two media features designed to entertain passengers as they navigate the airport’s remarkable interior.
Construction of a new passenger terminal at Strigino International Airport was completed in 2016, and Nefa Architects designed a business lounge. The challenge was to create a modern comfortable space for business-class passengers using domestic airlines.
London-based Twelve Architects has secured Novy Urengoy Airport in Russia following the announcement that Airports of the Regions, part of the Renova Group one of Russia’s leading private business conglomerates, has agreed to redevelop and operate the Airport
Lombardini22 designed important modernisation work on the airport involving the interiors: from the waiting areas and restaurants to the departures area, boarding gates and arrivals area.
Gardermoen Airport in Oslo extended by Nordic Office of Architecture, with lighting design by Speirs + Major. The 140,000sqm update of original 1960s terminal focuses on customer experience as the top priority, closely followed by sustainability.
The Bacco Associated Architects signs the renovation of the existing passenger terminal and the architectural design of the new Terminal, which proposed the installation of several commercial areas in the departure lounge.
Design Forum International’s design takes inspiration from Icarus – the mythological figure who dared to fly. The majestic centerpiece is symbolic and looms over the departure concourse.
Norwegian practices Haptic Architects and Nordic – Office of Architecture have unveiled their winning designs for the masterplan of Oslo Airport City (OAC), a new model for a sustainable smart city located adjacent to Oslo Airport.
New Oslo Airport expansion wins ‘best sustainable building’ in international architecture competition. The 115,000 sqm ‘World’s greenest terminal’ design by Nordic-Office of Architecture uses snow as a coolant. World’s first BREEAM ‘Excellent’ sustainability rating for an airport building.
Qantas’ latest international lounge, has opened at Heathrow Terminal 3. Designed collaboratively by Woods Bagot’s London and Sydney studios, the Qantas London Lounge showcases global interior design and world-class service.
The office MM18 Arquitetura was responsible for the project of the Fire Department at Guarulhos International Airport. The updating of the building has left it capable of receiving the latest generation equipment and to attend events with large airplanes.
London practice, Twelve Architects has completed a new airport in Rostov on Don, Russia. The £600 million project is the practice’s largest commission to date as it celebrates its fifth year of operation.
Fentress Architects, Denver, Colorado, announce winning projects for 2017 Fentress Global Challenge, an international design competition for young and student architects, envisioning an airport of the future.