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Incheon International Airport

Architecture | October 10, 2017 |

Incheon International AirportImage courtesy of Gensler

Incheon International Airport
Incheon, Korea

Named Airports Council International’s “Best Airport Worldwide” for 10 years running, Incheon is a gateway to Korea and an aviation connection between Asia and the world.

Incheon International AirportImage courtesy of Gensler

In mid-2011, nine international design teams competed to design a second, 72-gate terminal that doubles the airport’s size. Gensler, as the collaborating design architect with the HMGY (Heerim-Mooyoung-Gensler-Yungdo).

Incheon International AirportImage courtesy of Gensler

Consortium, won the competition with an elegant, yet practical terminal concept notable for its extensive sustainable design features. The airport’s expansion includes a second control tower, train station, parking facilities, and an integral hotel and conference center.

Incheon International AirportImage courtesy of Gensler

Slated for 2017 completion, Terminal 2 will incorporate advanced technologies that set new performance benchmarks for the celebrated airport.

more. gensler.com

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