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Airports, Designed for Everyone but the Passenger

from The New York Times

Why are airports built for everyone — the city, the airlines, the retailers — except for the very people who use them the most: the passengers? In an attempt to correct this, a current trend in airport architecture evokes an airport’s region and cityscape, yet doesn’t get bogged down in the small details of the interior design. more


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