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Hamad International Airport Passenger Terminal Complex / HOK

  • 20:00 - 24 May, 2019
  • Curated by Martita Vial della Maggiora
Hamad International Airport Passenger Terminal Complex / HOK
Hamad International Airport Passenger Terminal Complex / HOK, © Tim Griffith | HOK
© Tim Griffith | HOK

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    • Architecture

      HOK
    • Interior Design

      HOK
    • MEP Engineering

      HOK

    • Lighting Consultant

      PHA/HOK

    • General Contractor

      Sky Oryx Joint Venture, Six Construct –Midmac Joint Venture

    • Project Manager/Construction Manager

      Overseas Bechtel Incorporated, Parsons Transportation
    • Structural Consultant

      Louie International 

    • Special Systems & Security Consultant

      Ross & Baruzzini (R&B)
    • Contact Gates


      41
    • Remote-Stand Gates

      20
    • More Specs Less Specs
    © Tim Griffith | HOK
    © Tim Griffith | HOK

    Text description provided by the architects. As the landmark home for Qatar Airways, the country’s national airline, the terminal has 41 unrestricted contact gates.

    Through expressive architecture rooted in place, the iconic terminal creates a lasting impression on guests. While contemporary in design to mirror Qatar’s progressive growth, the airport pays homage to the nation’s rich cultural heritage and natural environment. The dramatic, curving building silhouette recalls ocean waves and sand dunes to project a powerful image as Qatar’s gateway to the world.

    © Tim Griffith | HOK
    © Tim Griffith | HOK

    Departing passengers experience an undulating super roof in the light-filled departure hall. The steel-framed glass wall provides unobstructed views from the curbside arrival area through the ticketing hall, enabling passengers to easily find their destinations. The longer east and west facades have similar high-performance glass that controls solar heat gain and glare. Moving through an open immigration area, originating passengers join transfer passengers on the first floor under a vast central skylight that provides visual access to one of five concourses. The two large transfer hubs are linked by an automatic people mover.

    Arriving passengers progress to the ground-floor baggage hall and exit to a triple-volume meters and greeters hall with direct access to taxi pavilions and an intermodal transportation hub.

    © Tim Griffith | HOK
    © Tim Griffith | HOK

    A vast wood ceiling in the longest concourse provides visual warmth that contrasts with the sleek metal and glass surfaces. In other concourses, vaulted metal ceilings mimic the undulating roof line. Glass envelops the spacious hold rooms, quiet rooms, passenger activity nodes and 17 airline lounges. Skylights and interconnecting glass ceiling “zippers” provide natural light and dramatic evening desert views.

    Plan
    Plan

    A deliberate lack of ornamentation provides passengers with an intrinsic understanding of movement and spatial function within the terminal. The team selected materials for their longevity, sustainability and local significance. Graceful structural arches are left unadorned, and the vast floor surface is a combination of terrazzo in high-circulation areas and carpet in ancillary spaces.

    © Tim Griffith | HOK
    © Tim Griffith | HOK

    South of the passenger terminal, a public mosque serves as the symbolic heart of the airport. Its domed prayer hall and slender minaret are visible from the entrance road. The structures are set within a stone-paved plaza dotted with fountain jets representing the purifying role of water.

    Guest amenities include two hotels, ample duty free shopping, and a spa and health club. An extensive public art program features local and international artists’ work throughout the terminal.

    © Tim Griffith | HOK
    © Tim Griffith | HOK

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    Cite: "Hamad International Airport Passenger Terminal Complex / HOK" 24 May 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/917458/hamad-international-airport-passenger-terminal-complex-hok/> ISSN 0719-8884
    © Tim Griffith | HOK

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