Paul Andreu: the discovery of universal space
Paul Andreu's architecture features some of the largest airport designs in the world, but his work is not confines to such high-level specialization. Thanks to his experience working on major projects for Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris and others in Nice, Seoul and many other places, Andreu has developed a global view of architecture exploiting the latest technology to the full.
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Introduction by Filippo Beltrami Gadola
Charles de Gaulle Airport Terminal II Halls ABCD
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Abu Dhabi actually aircraft airport complex airport facilities Airport Paul Andreu Andreu with Francois Andreu with Jean-Michel Andreu with Pierre-Michel Avenue de France Bangkok Airport Bordeaux Airport Calais car parks centre Channel Tunnel Charles de Gaulle check-in Cite Europe colour competition concrete connected control tower covered spaces create Departures entire complex Eurotunnel Exchange Module facades Francois Tamisier functional Gaulle Airport geometric patterns Guadeloupe Hotel Sheraton huge inside interaction interior spaces International Airport Jakarta Airport Jean-Michel Fourcade Kumihama landing strip layout luggage handling metal metres Nice Airport Nieulay Olympic Stadium organised Osaka Maritime Museum overall Paris passenger terminal pedestrian paths Peter Rice Pierre-Michel Delpeuch Pointe-a-Pitre Airport railway lines railway station Rive Gauche road network runways Saint Denis Satellite Seoul serigraphed Shanghai Airport sloping sort square metres stands structures stylistic technological Terminal II Hall Tiburtina Station transparent underground urban vault viaduct waiting rooms walkways