The design for the three new airports in Greenland represents a unique opportunity to create a modern, inviting, and uncluttered environment that can respond to, and accommodate the numerous specific needs and requirements of an airport.
Three main principles constitute the basis for the planning of the airports in Nuuk, Ilulissat, and Quqortoq:
The opportunity to create a type of airport, whose architecture welcomes visitors to Greenland.
The opportunity to prioritise the passenger experience, with the building embracing and guiding users at the start or end of their journey, or during transit.
The opportunity to ensure a robust and flexible solution that can adapt to a rapidly expanding and changing industry.