Cte. Armando Tola International Airport – 2nd Phase
Adjacent to the lake "Lago Argentino", in the region of Patagonia, this airport uses exposed steel structure and high technology equipment in order to create a contrast with the rugged stone of the region, in a dynamic design that emphasizes the majesty of this grandiose area of Argentina. Without a single vertical element, the steel structure is supported by rock clad piers and a steel roof and its transparent curtain wall facade allows for unique views.
LOCATION: El Calafate, Santa Cruz, Argentina
AWARDS: 1st Prize International Design Competition
AREA: 8.300 m2
STATUS: Completed 2013
DESIGN ARCHITECT: Carlos Ott
ARCHITECT OF RECORD: Juan Carlo Sabaté - Alberto Radaelli Arquitectos