Airport Terminals

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 217 pages
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Airport passenger terminals have developed to be a major new public building-type representing transportation in the late twentieth century. The functional planning of facilities for aircraft and people, and the architectural forms to accommodate them, are of great interest to designers and the myriad of people who work in an visit airports. The book is a discourse rather than a design guide. It is written for an international readership and illustrated from the author's experience.


Airport passenger terminals have developed to be a major new public building-type representing transportation in the late twentieth century. The functional planning of facilities for aircraft and people, and the architectural forms to accommodate them, are of great interest to designers and the myriad of people who work in an visit airports. The book is a discourse rather than a design guide. It is written for an international readership and illustrated from the author's experience.

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A cameo
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Airport master planning
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