Advertise here

Category: Airports / Stations

Final Departure Lounge Terminal 2 Mexico City International Airport

SPACE was selected from among several architecture firms to design the new final departure lounge for a recognized brand of financial services and credit cards. This project is located at terminal 2 of Mexico City airport.


Tianjin Seashore Airport Terminal Building by ATKINS

Project description by ATKINS:
Conceptually, the design of Tianjin Seashore Airport‘s new passenger terminal building borrows from the physical form a bird as the inspiration for the design. A symmetrical plan faces the axial airport boulevard, adopting a portico that soars the arrivals and departure concourse in the form of a bird’s outstrecthed neck and break. The bird metaphor is continued in the expression of the concourse with its wing-like steel and concrete roof structure. There are echoes of Eero Saarinan’s TWA Terminal at New York’s John F Kennedy Airport (1960) in the curved concrete form that looks not unlike a wild goose about to take off or land on water. The airport terminal is set within a long term flexible masterplan that emphasises balance and symentry.


San Jose Airport by Gensler & Steinberg Architects


I found this project reviews on but no posting date – the San Jose airport. The airport called SJC or Norman Y. Mineta Airport and it’s an America’s 41st largest airport in passenger count. Scheduled for completion next year, the project costs $1.3 billion. The building is linear and appear resolved and fluid from the outside.


Carrasco International Airport in Montevideo, Uruguay


Designed by Rafael Viñoly, the Carrasco International Airport is scheduled to open this month. This international airport will serve Uruguay’s capital city of Montevideo. Featuring 1,200-foot-long curved roof, the design of the building integrates into its site and emphasizes its public zones and amenities, providing these areas with an abundance of open space and natural light.


Shenzen Bao’an International Airport in China

Shenzen Baoan International Airport in China.

The design competion of Shenzen Bao’an International Airport has named the winner. The lucky guys coming from Italy, known as Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas. The terminal will be 400,000 square metre totally and scheduled in 3 phase of constructions.

Shenzhen International Airport Terminal will be the gateway to the city of Shenzhen. The first and last image an air traveller has of a city are those created by the traveller’s impression of the airport. T3 in Shenzhen International Airport can positively influence the image that international, national business people and tourists have of Shenzhen.


The Rock, The New Wellington Airport

Wellington Airport

Designed by Studio Pacific Architecture, the new Wellington International Airport soon become the latest landmark in New Zealand. Also known as “The Rock”, the building will offer dramatic experience for its visitors. And it also mentioned become environmental friendly.

“Our radical departure from traditional airport design worldwide is entirely deliberate. What is set to become New Zealand’s newest iconic building, The Rock combines functionality and capacity with what will be a memorable visitor experience,” said Steven Fitzgerald, Wellington Airport CEO.


Terminal 3 at Beijing Capital International Airport Opens

Terminal 3 at Beijing Capital International Airport

Designed by Foster + Partners, the new terminal (Terminal 3) of Beijing Capital International Airport is the first building to break the one million square meter barrier. The airport is part of China’s preparation for the 29th World Olympic along with other iconic building in Beijing such as Bird Nest and Aquatic Center.

Norman Foster said: “This new terminal is the largest and most advanced airport building in the world – a celebration of the thrill and poetry of flight. A gateway to Beijing, it communicates a unique sense of place, its dragon-like form evoking traditional Chinese colours and symbols.”