Design by Mark Reigelman II the Formation installation takes inspiration from two distinct and significant parts of San Diego history; indigenous craft and aeronautical technology.
American airport buildings – US Air Terminal buildings, information and images. Key American air transportation developments, architecture and designs
Designed by Groupe3Architectes the new Guelmim Airport is located in an existing military infrastructure located 3km north of the city of Guelmim in the south of Morocco.
Ocean’s Heaven, Maldives Airport Economic Zone mixed use development design by CAA (Core of Architecture & Art) Architects seeks to alleviate the negative impact of buildings on the environment.
$13 Billion Terminal redevelopment plan unveiled: replacement of Terminals 1, 2 & 7 with conglomerated North and South terminals to design by Grimshaw Architects / Mott MacDonald.
The Future of Air Travel – The Monthly Report by Brian Carter, Buffalo, NY, USA – The terminal for Trans World Airways at JFK in New York, complete with furnishings by Charles and Ray Eames is perhaps the most well-known.
$13.3 billion airport for Mexico City by Foster + Partners, FR-EE and NACO cancelled despite being under construction, after public vote in a nationwide referendum. won the international competition to design Mexico City’s new international airport. The 743,000 sqm continuous lightweight gridshell was to form one of the world’s largest airports.
Aedas, as lead design architect and part of an international team consisting of CSWADI and New Era Airport Design Institute, has been awarded the design and construction of the new Yantai International Airport Terminal 2 in China
GMW MIMARLIK won the bronze medal with the project “Philippines Clark International Airport Terminal” at the 11th annual International Design Awards. The project came in first in the “Arches, Bridges, Viaducts, Passages” category.
Hualong Private Terminal Space at Capital Airport Beijing design by Shishang Architecture – a noble and elegant design concept integrating artistic elements into the design to make, the art exhibits combine with the overall design style perfectly.
Further expansion planned for Oslo Airport, recently extended by Nordic Office of Architecture, with lighting design by Speirs + Major. The 140,000sqm update of original 1960s terminal focused on customer experience as the top priority, closely followed by sustainability.
The release of the designs by international architecture practice Woods Bagot, in joint venture with HKS Architects, comes as construction starts on the 4750m project, which is expected to complete in 4 phases between 2019 and 2022.
Foster + Partners has created a vision for the future of high-speed transportation. This is a unique project with far-reaching global implications that could have its first step based in Dubai.
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