Acrylic Fridge Magnet Illustrating Madrid-Barajas Airport
Madrid-Barajas Airport is located in Spain’s city Madrid and it is the busiest airport of the country. It is considered an important aviation center of Europe. The airport was constructed in 1927 but has had various modifications and expansions since then. The newest addition, built in 2006, is Terminal 4 and it is one of the largest terminals of the world. The acrylic fridge magnet illustrates the unique wavy roof of Terminal 4 and the passenger processing area. In order to remember your trip to Madrid, you can place this magnet on your fridge or give it to a friend as a souvenir.
Terminal 4 Facts
Madrid Barajas airport’s Terminal 4 is designed by Antonio Lamela, Richard Rogers and TPS Engineers, who won the Stirling Prize and IStructE Award in 2006. The construction of this terminal has helped Madrid become a major European hub and act as a focal connection between Europe and Latin America. Terminal 4 can handle a vast number of 35 million passengers in one year. An addition of two more runways was made when constructing this terminal. Terminal 4, deals with Iberia Airlines and its franchises.
Architecture of Terminal 4
Terminal 4 has a very unique architecture and it provides a stress free start to your journey. Instead of concrete walls, glass panels have been used and sufficient illumination provides a great look. It is built on more than one-million square meters and had a budget of one-billion Euros. The roof is a sequence of waves that are made of prefabricated steel and the passenger counters are separated by light filled canyons.