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Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok, Thailand


Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok, Thailand

Author: Helmut Jahn

language: en

Publisher:

Release Date: 2007

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Airports today are a new building type. They have become a strange combination of transportation center and shopping mall. Like in a city the experience leads through squares, streets and rooms for transportation, commerce and private uses. At Suvarnabhumi Airport innovative and integrated architectural, structural and environmental design were used, new materials and systems of advanced technology were developed. The result is a building flooded with controlled daylight in a tropical climate. After eleven years of planning and construction the terminal was opened for passenger traffic in September 2006. Helmut Jahn is leader of the famous architectural firm Murphy / Jahn, based in Chicago. Founded over 70 years ago, Murphy / Jahn has created many notable projects in the United States and Europe, including Chicago O'Hare International Airport, United Airlines Terminal One Complex, Sony Center, Berlin and Post Tower, Bonn, German.

Constructing Suvarṇabhūmi


Constructing Suvarṇabhūmi

Author: Carl D'Silva

language: en

Publisher:

Release Date: 2006

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This powerful collection of black-and-white photographs celebrates the construction of the new Bangkok airport. Full-page photographs by the on-site architect portray the unexpected beauty of repeating patterns of steel, glass, and concrete combining to create a work of art in progress. Cold clean lines, precisely repeating curves, negative and positive space, shapes within shapes in trusses and meshes--these are the raw elements of this superlative visual feast of architectural images.

Air Crash Investigations: Suddenly Falling Apart the Crash of Lauda Air Flight Ng 004


Air Crash Investigations: Suddenly Falling Apart the Crash of Lauda Air Flight Ng 004

Author: Hank Williamson

language: en

Publisher: Lulu.com

Release Date: 2011-05-01

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Lauda Air Flight NG 104, a Boeing 767-300 ER of Austrian nationality was on a scheduled passenger flight Hong Kong-Bangkok-Vienna, Austria. NG 104 departed Hong Kong Airport on May 26, 1991, and made an intermediate landing at Bangkok Airport. The flight departed Bangkok Airport at 1602 hours. The airplane disappeared from air traffic radar at 1617 hours, about 94 nautical miles northwest of Bangkok. The probable cause of this accident is attributed to an uncommanded in-flight deployment of the left engine thrust reverser. All 223 people on board died in the accident.