Mumbai, the financial capital of India, is roaring into the 21st century at light speed. Ten years ago, its Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport welcomed six million passengers annually. Today, that number’s increased by five-fold. Thus the new terminal there, designed by SOM, and adding 4.4 million square feet and a capacity for 40 million travelers, both domestic and international. It’s a terminal that uses natural light as a cultural symbol, and also as it guides passengers intuitively from check-in to aircraft.
SOM in the Press
In Mumbai, SOM’s Gateway to India
Source: Architects and Artisans