Sondica Airport (page 1 of 4)

Santiago Calatrava
2000



Distant views

This white concrete and steel structure has been nicknamed La Paloma (the dove) because the sculptural form resembles a bird.
 
 

The terminal entry leading into the large Departure Hall

The roadbed is supported so that below it is another roadbed and exit for arriving passengers.
 
 
 

Views of the gateway extensions

 

The car park from the terminal

This four-story car-park is hidden in this grassy embankment across from the terminal.


Continue to page 2 for additional views.


Other buildings on this site by Calatrava include: El Alamillo Bridge, Seville, Spain; Campo Volantin Footbridge, Bilbao, Spain; Communication Tower, Barcelona, Spain; Milwaukee Art Museum; Oriente Station, Lisbon, Portugal.

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