This striking new terminal at the Mumbai airport is expected to serve 40 million travelers per year, nearly twice as many as the building it is replacing. The design combines domestic and international operations into a single, efficient facility that is capable of accommodating rapid growth and changes — common occurrences in India.
A single roof soars more than 40 meters above floor level. Glass curtain walls and multi-level light wells provide ample natural light, while high-performance glazing and rooftop greenery help reduce solar heat gain. The terminal is cross-shaped in plan to facilitate the quick and organized movement of planes and passengers.