Airport World
Joe Bates

Ten entries have been shortlisted for the 2021 Fentress Global Challenge (FGC), which garnered more than 80 entries from students around the globe.

FGC is an annual international student design competition launched in 2011 by Curtis Fentress, that encourages and rewards innovative design in public architecture.

This year’s competition challenged students to envision airport mobility in the year 2100.

Students were able to choose between siting the new terminal at an existing airfield – such as at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International (ATL) or Beijing Capital International (PEK) or at a yet undeveloped site —such as in Atafu in the South Pacific Ocean or Canillo in Andorra.

Full Report