“Is there a more interstitial space than an airport? It is the most terminally liminal area: between cities, between flights, between appointments, between everything”1, observed author Roy Christopher regarding the nature of airports.

The landscape has been designed to reflect the idea of "a terminal in a garden". All photos by Ar. Ekansh Goel © Studio Recall < > < > < >

Due to the common perception that airports serve mainly as a transitory space, as a bridge between ‘landside’ and ‘airside’, many of them have been designed in a purely functional manner to handle administration while ensuring the security of passengers and goods. This often resulted in sameness and a lack of sense of place. In Naked Airport: A Cultural ...

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