Interior Design Renovation and Expansion International Airport Building Taken From Juan Carlos Sabate Architectural Project
Next interior design renovation and expansion international airport building was taken from Juan Carlos Sabate Arch Project, where the architectural project becoming the first airport Thematic Argentina’s proposal for the interior renovation and building expansion of International Airport of Trelew , Argentina. The renovation and expansion idea was based on two important aspects, that was Optimize the airport operation and transform conceptual image which making hierarchical unit, integration and building industry.
The existing airport building facade building was not homogeneous and corresponded to three stages of different works, for this reason the emphasis was to unify it and reflected architectural by two large porches, built in Porphyry Patagonian area with excellence natural stone in the world, which gives the work an aesthetic appearance and differential regional added value.
These frames also contribute to a unified reading of the airport building facade which giving the building identity and nature majesty of the Patagonia with highlighting and differentiating the main entrances.
The same stone is recognized within the broad frame serving Arrivals Hall. In the central area and as a tourist attraction recreated a theme garden, with elements of paleontological time provides good light and warmth to the Hall.
In various sectors of the airport building renovation are designed nested areas to expose and display archaeological features strengthen the tourist and passenger welfare, enhancing the native and regional levels.
The functional proposed new architectural project is designed on two floors, which can convert the top floor in Shipping Board, providing that the use of passenger boarding moving aircraft. The set has two accesses, clearly differing sectors of departure and arrival passengers. They are highlighted with the addition of canopies to protect passengers to descend and ascend from the vehicles.
It clearly enhances the differentiation of areas of restricted use (Airside) and public use (land side), optimizing the circulation and safety.
This work must be done in such a way that would allow the airport’s operation without interfering with normal operation. It was scheduled for implementation in 3 phases continuous, trying to minimize the maximum possible inconvenience to passengers.