Plug-In Airport

Airport Terminal

Professor: Nanako Umemoto

This project was designed around small interstitial airports. A small airport with two to three gates that can be easily expanded on due to necessary program and capacity. This project was focused on creating form and structure from the analysis of every day materials that can inspire forms that generate usable spaces and techniques. The airport uses rings based on the neck of a plastic bottle to allow components to be added and changed as required for a given airport terminal.


Collaborators: Christopher Paulsen + Nolan Ediger