Archive for the ‘Airport’ Category
Sunday, June 24th, 2012
Article source: Air France KLM U.S.A.
Aéroports de Paris and Air France today exclusively previewed the new boarding satellite at Paris-Charles de Gaulle terminal 2E – the S4. As from Thursday 28 June, passengers flying with Air France and its SkyTeam partners will be able to discover this amazing new satellite with a Parisian feel, designed by Aéroports de Paris.
Friday, June 15th, 2012
Article source: ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd]
The ambition of the initiators of the Space Xperience Curacao [SXC] is to create a Caribbean touristic attractor, hosting the operator for Galactic Travels, and linking to international scientific space research. The SXC building will be built as a spaceship, applying maritime and aviation techniques to the building body. The SXC will be an inspiring venue both for the international scientific community, the future astronauts, and for the tourists who leave the SXC with a memorable experience.
Space Xperience Curacao exterior
- Architects: ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd]
- Project: Space Xperience Curacao (SXC)
- Location: Hato Airport Curacao
- Design team: Kas Oosterhuis, Ilona Lénárd, Marthijn Pool, Martin Henriksen, Yvonne Beying, Christian Tschersich, Chris Kievid
- Year of design completion: December 2008
- Client: Space Xperience Curacao initiators: Ben Droste , Harry van Hulten; XCOR Aerospace: Developer and owner of the LYNX-spacecraft
- Gross floor area: 9490 m2
- Main materials: Euramax, solar cells, glass, coral rocks
- Context: Spaceport located next to the airport in curacao
- Setting: Airport
Tuesday, June 12th, 2012
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architect
The River ‘flows’ as a continuous curve on one side, as a convex erosion on the other – within, ‘interior urbanism’ promotes interaction between different program elements, incorporating three major ‘canyon’ voids to define entry points and circulation routes. A top level open plan streetscape houses retail, cafes and restaurants.
The Circle at Zurich Airport
- Architects: Zaha Hadid Architect with Patrik Schumacher
- Project: The Circle at Zurich Airport
- Location: Kloten, Switzerland
- Site Area: 27,845m²
- Footprint: 33,170m² (including bridge & upper levels)
- Site Dimensions: approx. 550m long x 70m wide
- Project Director: Manuela Gatto
- Project Architect: Dillon Lin
- Project Team: Hannes Schafelner, Maren Klasing, Teoman Ayas, Lisamarie Ambia, Camiel Weijenberg, Seda Zirek, Ai Sato, Andres Madrid, Amit Gupta, Sophie Le Bienvenu, Rashiq Muhamadali, Roxana Rakshani, Nupur Shah, Fabian Hecker, Saleem Jalil, Daniel Piccinelli
Sunday, March 11th, 2012
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
Our designs for expansion of Zagreb Airport include the new terminal – a distinctive, environmentally advanced building, organized through a series of flow lines, set in a tapestry-like configuration, where landscaped spaces and strategies for future expansion are designed in one single gesture.
- Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects
- Name of Project: New Passenger Terminal and Master-plan, Zagreb Airport
- Location: Zagreb, Croatia
- Client: Zraana Luka Zagreb, Zagreb Airport
- Type: Competition / Research
- About: New Passenger Terminal Building: 75000m²; 5 million annual passengers; (150,000m², expansion to 10 million annual passengers); Masterplan: 500,000m² mixed-use development
Tuesday, February 28th, 2012
Article source: Narud Stokke Wiig Architects & Planners, Haptic Architects and Griff Arkitektur
Narud Stokke Wiig Architects & Planners, Haptic Architects and Griff Arkitektur have won the open international competition for the new airBaltic terminal at Riga International Airport.The competition called for “design concepts, both architectural and functional that best captured the aspirations and brand identity of airBaltic”. The first phase will accommodate 7-8 million passengers per annum, whilst the new terminal will eventually cater for 14 million passengers. The organising committee received 125 entries from 70 countries.
Thursday, January 12th, 2012
Article source: UNStudio
Ben van Berkel / UNStudio’s design for the new Kutaisi Airport officially presented yesterday by the President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili
UNStudio’s design for the new Transfer Terminal and Air Traffic Control Tower for Kutaisi Airport was officially presented yesterday by the President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili.
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili, who personally demolished one of the walls of the old airport yesterday announced, “”We will build an international airport here, which will take aircraft from Munich, Rome, Baku and other cities as of next year.”
Kutaisi Airport Departure
- Architects: UNStudio
- Project: Kutaisi Airport
- Location: Kutaisi, Georgia
- Client Terminal: United Airports of Georgia LLC
- Client Air Traffic Control Tower and Offices: SAKAERONAVIGATSIA Ltd.
- Building surface: Terminal 4.000m2, Control Tower and Offices 1.750m2
- Height Air Traffic Control Tower: 55m.
- Building site: 11.000 m2
- Programme: International Airport Terminal, Air Traffic Control Tower and Offices for Navigation
- Status: Concept Design 2011, Construction 2012
Thursday, January 12th, 2012
Article source: Foster + Partners
Kuwait International Airport is planned to significantly increase capacity and establish a new regional air hub in the Gulf – the project’s strategic aims will be matched by a state-of-the-art terminal building, which will provide the highest levels of comfort for passengers and will set a new environmental benchmark for airport buildings. Its design is rooted in a sense of place, responsive to the climate of one of the hottest inhabited environments on earth and inspired by local forms and materials.
- Architects: Foster + Partners
- Project: Kuwait International Airport
- Location: Kuwait City, Kuwait, Middle East, Asia
- Client: Ministry of Public works / Special Works Administration
- Local collaborating architect: Gulf Consult
- Airport Consultant: NACO
- Engineering: Arup
- Landscape Architect: Capita Lovejoy
- Quantity Surveyor: Davis Langdon LLP
- Traffic Consultant: Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Foster + Partners team: Norman Foster, Stefan Behling, Nikolai Malsch, Morgan Fleming, Michael Gardner, Reinhard Joecks, Hugo D’Enjoy Ochoa, Abdelkader El-Chgar, Tillmann Lenz, Gordon Seiles, Gabriele Coccia, Paul Christian, Rie Hasloev, Dirk Jantz, Kristine Ngan
Thursday, December 1st, 2011
Article source: Haptic Architects
NarudStokkeWiig / AVIAPLAN of Norway, in collaboration with London based Haptic Architects have revealed plans for a new regional airport in the municipality of Rana in Norway, just south of the Arctic Circle. The forested, mountain site provides a stunning setting for the new airport and terminal building, with views to the Fiords and a prime location to see the midnight sun and famous northern lights.
- Architects: Haptic Architects
- Project: Arctic Circle Airport
- Location: Nordland, Norway
Thursday, November 17th, 2011
Article source: Integrated Design Associates
The new airport, designated as the country’s second international gateway, is located on an island with very limited land mass for an international airport of this size. With airfield infrastructure consuming nearly all the available land our concept of a “floating terminal” has been selected by the Government for its innovative, exciting and eco-friendly approach. The proposed terminal is built entirely on stilts over water without reclamation to preserve the existing environment and the natural coastline. With blue sea, white sandy beach as backdrop the new airport aims to provide passengers with a unique and memorable travel experience.
Hanimaadhoo International Airport
- Architects: Integrated Design Associates Limited
- Project: Hanimaadhoo International Airport
- Location: Maldives
- Category: Future Projects – Infrastructure
- WAF: Entry2011
- Award: World Architecture Festival 2011 – Future Project of the Year
Wednesday, November 16th, 2011
Article source: VMX Architects
Schiphol’s General Aviation (GA) Terminal is where the private and business flights of Heads of States, members of the Royal Family, CEO’s, pop stars and top football players are handled. As a reaction to the inconvenience of flying today with low-cost airways and long queues, VMX found it’s inspiration in the terminals from the era in which aviation was seen as a pleasure and had a luxurious appeal.
General Aviation Terminal Schiphol
- Architects: VMX Architects
- Project: General Aviation Terminal Schiphol
- Location: Thermiekstraat 12, Schiphol Oost
- Architect Design: Don Murphy
- Project manager: Leon Teunissen
- Contributor: Hugo Kok
- Year Design: 2007-2009
- Year Execution – Completion: 2010-2011