Tuesday, June 11, 2013

It's an attraction in its own right

Architect Peter Cresswell has a cool post at his blog Not PC on airport architecture.  He highlights some of the observations and thoughts of critic Paul Goldberger, including this:
Architectural critic Paul Goldberger reckons that airports today are like the great railway terminals of yesteryear: the gateway to the adventure and romance of a new city. In short, it’s all about arrival--something most airports do so poorly.
But the real draw to Cresswell's post is the really cool photos of Madrid's airport.  Check them out, here!