This new terminal will add an initial capacity of up to 50 million passengers per year to what is already one of the busiest and most celebrated international airports in the world.
The magnitude of the project not only requires a design vision on a city-like scale, but also offers the opportunity to transform conventional thinking in airport design. The collaboration brings together two award-winning and internationally recognized practices with extensive experience designing innovative urban spaces and specialized infrastructure projects.
Working as design partners, KPF and Heatherwick Studio, with Architects 61 are joined by a team of design consultants, including James Corner Field Operations, The Fountain Workshop, Speirs + Major, Lichtvision Design, and Bruce Mau Design with Entro. Arup, Mott McDonald, and Surbana Jurong are serving as leaders of the engineering team.