Top 5 most largest Airport architecture in world

Oct 16, 2019

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Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport

Heydar Aliyev International Airport Terminal, located in Azerbaijan's capital, is a wooden cocoons designed by Turkish architecture studio Autoban. The light streams goes through the outer glass walls, and each coconut has a cafes, bars, stores and facilities for children's play area. The diamond pattern on atrium floor imitates the wooden shingles of coconut. The airport can handle more than 5 million passengers per year.

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Denver International Airport

The airport architecture in the United States often leaves a lot to be desired, but Denver's Fabric-Strap Tent is a highlight of the tedious design ocean. Designed by the architects to copy the snow-capped Rocky Mountains of Colorado, tents appear to strike at any time of the day, but their soft sound at sunlight and sunset is particularly catchy. The latest construction added a new Westin hotel to the airport, and passengers can now even train from the airport to downtown Denver.

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Madrid Barajas International Airport

Only 12 km from the city center of the Spanish city Barajas Airport, located far away, was upgraded in 2006, as the additional airport was doubled by Rogers Partners Ivan Harbour. An unusual wave-shaped structure of the structure is supported by the central "trees" that make the roof punctuate so that it provides natural light at the upper level of the terminal. Bright reds and yellows offer a welcome departure from Standard Gray and White, which are used in most airport color schemes, and the ceiling provides a much needed shade to fight Madrid's warmer summer.

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Kansai International Airport

Opened to remove overcrowding at Osaka International Airport in 1994, Kansai International Airport was designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano. Built on the artificial island in Bash of Osaka, it is the world's first "Ocean" airport and can handle 100,000 passengers a day. The longest terminal in the world, when it was built, expanded with 427 boarding gates and an large curving roof with a length of 1.7 km. This structure was designed specifically to control the continuous earthquake of Japan, and only four months after the opening, at least 6.9 Kobe earthquakes with the least damage to the airport were escaped.

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Beijing Capital International Airport

Two miles long, Beijing International Airport's Terminal 3 is one of the world's largest buildings. From the only open time in the 2008 Olympics, this framework is a striking design created by architect Foster and Partners, who use red and yellow and traditional Chinese color scheme to celebrate Chinese history and culture. The Terminal Building and Transportation Center has a floor area of 1.3 million square meters and has been designed to accommodate 50 million passengers per year by 2020.