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Dramatic entries are a given with air travel, and airports should convey a sense of welcome, says architecture critic Paul Goldberger.
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The airport has always been the canvas for architects to create the ultimate examples of "form and function". Is this always successful...NO.
Engineers tasked with building an airport are faced with countless challenges: The ideal location needs ample space, endless flat ground, favorable winds and great visibility. AIRPORTS with challenges!
Our feature scoop offers exquisite and architecturally interesting airports of today. Our secondary story is fascinating as well showing the obstacles sometimes encountered.