For anyone hopping on flights to Mexico City in the future, there's a good chance you will be impressed by the new airport design conceived by FR-EE and Foster and Partners architecture firms.
The new design takes inspiration from a plane itself, and is made up of one continuous structure. Instead of having breaks in the various areas, the roof is connected creating an X-like shape when viewed from above. As DesignBoom puts it, the "entire terminal is enclosed within a continuous lightweight grid shell, embracing walls and roof in a single, flowing form, evocative of flight." While everything is still in the process of getting underway, the ultimate goal is to have the project completed by 2018, ready for visitors.
Photo Credits: designboom, fr-ee.org
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