Bodrum International Airport
Mugla, Türkiye

The 455,000 m2 building is located between the present domestic and international terminals, parallel to the apron. It consists of two main structures, the "air side", a transparent glass and steel linear scaffold, and the terminal building at the "land side". The structures intersect where passengers leave the "national" area. The entrance/exit area is clad in partially screen-printed sheer glass and opaque glass while the eastern and western sides feature local natural stone walls. Special extra-clear glass at the north direction of the apron side creates a holistic experience with uninterrupted views of landings and take-offs and of scenery beyond. On the air side, the use of serigraph glass controls daylight; a mild veil effect supports temperature control.

Source: Aga Khan Trust for Culture

Mugla, Türkiye
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Completed 2012
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