Solar powered airport designed for Kuwait looks for LEED Gold Certification
The next time you fly out of Kuwait, the experience could be a lot greener than you’ve ever had before. Foster + Partners architects are busy working on an airport design, that’s technologically ahead and is a green architectural marvel of sorts. With each terminal designed to sport three symmetrical wing-like structures, each of these will have a façade measuring 1.2 kilometers. The roof is of each terminal will pack solar panels and is looking for an LEED Gold certification.
With a capacity of handling about 25 million passengers on an annual basis, the airport terminals will also make maximum use of natural light as well, making the airport a fine example of green architecture.