Imagining the airport of the future as destination
from The Daily Beast
"Every airport we design today is the airport of the future - for a while," says Curtis Fentress, the world-traveling 64-year-old architect. And he knows firsthand just how grand, and how fleeting, that distinction can be. Fentress has designed airports that are widely recognized as some of the best in passenger surveys, including South Korea's Incheon International Airport, which opened in 2001 and was picked, once again this year, as the best in the world.
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