New terminal responds to the needs of busy travellers

Like any good terminal, this new wing at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport makes the process of waiting for a flight as easy as possible
Story by: David Renwick
Terminal 3 responds to the needs of passengers food court, mixed use, shopping mall, gray
Terminal 3 responds to the needs of passengers with clear pathways and multiple food and beverage options

Design: AlvinT StudioClient: Angkasa Pura LtdContractor: Arthe Karya Decorindo LtdLocation: Terminal 3 Ultimate of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport

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The terminal is one massive volume – important architecture, daylighting, interior design, gray
The terminal is one massive volume – important for light, airflow and orientation

About the project (text supplied): The T3 Ultimate’s public seating area was designed to respond to the needs of passengers who have to wait for their flight. With a direct view to the runway, they can sit comfortably while enjoying the view, or they can simply hang around with their gadgets for hours.

Subtle green touches create a greenhouse-like aesthetic inside daylighting, structure, gray, white
Subtle green touches create a greenhouse-like aesthetic inside the airport

The area was designed very attractively, with different type of seatings, floor patterns and other elements. The passing passengers can choose how they want to spend their time at this area.

Nov 23, 2017

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