Woods Bagot Architects
Woods Bagot Architects has won a competition to design a new international airport passenger terminal in Thessaloniki, Greece. The terminal, which will handle eight million passengers a year, will comprise separate landside and airside buildings connected by a four-storey landscaped street. The 150,000m 2 terminal will eventually be expanded to provide facilities to handle 16 million passengers a year, with additional airside infrastructure, operational buildings and a Metro rail interchange ...
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