The terminal building at Goa Airport is conceived as "The Wave". The wave represents aspirations- the aspirations of a nation which is quickly becoming a technological and economic giant at the global platform.
“Outstanding Concrete Structure”
-ICI-Ultratech Award 2014
The Free Flowing Wave
The new integrated terminal at Goa Airport is concieved as “The Wave”. The wave represents aspirations- the aspirations of a nation which is quickly becoming a technological and economic giant in the global platform. The wave represents freedom- the freedom that Goa being a global tourist hub offers to the numerous tourists who come here for holiday and party from all across the world.
The terminal is formed with the oldest geometric shape a Circle. The terminal forms a semi circle resting on ground with a half arch emerging from the one end of the semi circle. The Terminal form has been derived as a free flowing symbolizing a wave representing the proximity of sea and Beaches of Goa. To satisfy these needs, the building form developed is very simple and bold. It is free flowing & is curvilinear in one direction. The building envelope consists of long curved glass façade which gives the building the transparent and modern look with a solid roof with sleek skylights which is free flowing in form resembling a wave and hence the proximity to the sea.
Project Name - Goa Integrated Terminal Building
Location - Dabolim, Goa
Client - Airports Authority of India
Site Area - 25 Acres
Built-up Area - 62,712 Sq.m
Cost of Project - 335 Crores
Year of Completion - 2013