Australia has been given its first look at Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport with the release of the first design images.
The design is the next step in Western Sydney International taking shape, with major earthworks set to commence next year that will lead to the construction of runways, roads, rail and the terminal.
The innovative design of the country’s biggest aviation project in decades follows the appointment of the architects who will design the terminal precinct.
Successful architectural team Zaha Hadid Architects, and Australian architects, Cox Architecture won the honour to design the terminal precinct following a competitive process which generated more than 40 design entrants.
The winning design focuses on the customer journey while paying tribute to the Western Sydney region and natural landscape. It passed a range of value-for-money and technical reviews.