A Study of Airports - Design, Art and Architecture
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION WASHINGTON DC
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The Federal Aviation Administration has published an illustrated reference, 91-page source document with specific experience and observations of various design treatments. This publication is directed to airport managers, operators, architects, interior designers, landscape architects, graphic specialists, and others. The document emphasizes achieving an attractive airport while improving the safety and efficiency for the airport user. Increased productivity can reduce operational problems which often plague airport managers. Numerous examples, careful evaluations, and good design concepts are offered in this publication. It is a source of ideas. It is an effort to raise the awareness level of all interested parties to improve the quality of life, especially in our busy, often stressful airport terminals.
- Terminal Flight Facilities
- Humanities and History