Sondica Airport (page 4 of 4)

Santiago Calatrava
2000



Views of the runway side

The covered hallways to the the planes are sculptural and appear to have been a part of the building design. Most of these pictures were taken through glass, which explains the strange reflections. I was unable to take pictures of this side of the terminal from any distance--since they would hardly let me walk on the runway!
 

Looking back toward the gates area from the hallway to the airplane


 

Looking back toward the gates area from inside an airplane




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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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