RS&H’s vice president for aviation architecture, Roddy Boggus, reflects on the investment needs of US airports and how to avoid the capacity crunch of older infrastructure meeting greater demand.
Creating the right ambiance, like Zurich Airport did with its 2016 Christmas lighting, holds huge positives for airports, writes Thomas Mark.
Airport World turns the spotlight on two development projects at Amsterdam Schiphol – its planned new Terminal 2 and recently re-opened Holland Boulevard.
NACO’s René Marey takes a closer look at plans to create an airport city at Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport, located at the crossroads between the Middle East and Asia.
Landrum & Brown’s president, Brian Reed, reflects on a new approach to the design and development of airport infrastructure that should eliminate any disconnect between planners and architects.
Embracing the experiential as well as the functional aspects of airport design can create truly memorable, enjoyable and efficient facilities, writes April Meyer, Alliiance principal and senior terminal designer for interiors.
Airport World turns the spotlight on some exciting airport development projects taking place in Asia-Pacific and Europe.
LaGuardia Gateway Partners CEO, Stewart Steeves, discusses the biggest PPP project for new transportation infrastructure in US history at New York’s LaGuardia Airport.
What next for airport terminals? Joe Bates reviews a handful of ongoing expansion projects and talks to some of the industry’s most influential architects about possible design changes in the future.
New York gateway is to be transformed by the construction of a new central terminal that will pave the way for the creation of one single passenger facility.
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