Growth in airport traffic increases demand for retail space, and puts pressure on operational facilities, wayfinding and signage Signs of growth at Stansted
Norman Foster's original concept for Stansted Airport remains intact, but only just. Natural light, space, a supported roof structure that merges into the clouds, the wonder of lighter-than-air machines. It is obvious that the original ambience will not be maintained in the long term. Some years on from its construction there is an atmosphere of change and rapid expansion within the airport as passenger throughput increases and more operational and commercial features are integrated ...
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