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khartoum new int’l airport, sudan

Passenger terminal

Passenger terminal

The design of the Passenger terminal superimposes the formal band structure of the airport masterplan aiming to achieve a formal coherency between buildings and landscape. A sequence of roof bands of three different cross sections forms the roof, sheltering the building from extreme climate and allowing daylight to penetrate the deep floor plan.
The ever-changing geometry of the building roof and support structure and an elegant flow via mezzanine level for security and passport control for departing and arriving passengers contribute to a unique passenger experience.
The Passenger terminal creates a vivid image for the airport forming an iconic gateway for entering the country.
leit-werk established the space programme and design concept for this building including a strategy for its expansion from 4 to 8 MAP and beyond and supported DI in the tender process.

  • scope of work Commission to support lead airport consultant for concept development and detail design of Passenger terminal
  • client Dorsch International Consultants GmbH for the Republic of the Sudan
  • partner WSP (structural design), Schoenaich Landscape Architects, A Ingham and Associates, Nick Guttridge, Studio FT, Konstantinos Koutsoliotas
  • working period December 2003 - ongoing
  • site capacity 8.0 MAP in 2033 (63,000sqm, phase 1)
  • construction costs USD 150m (phase 1)
  • tags airport, passenger terminals
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