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Old Posted Dec 26, 2021, 10:11 PM
BenH10 BenH10 is offline
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Taoyuan Airport Terminal 3 Updated Design Pictures
Interesting Observations:
- Confirmed orange skybridges and blue columns? I think it adds a nice characteristic touch but kind of cheapens the look of the project a little... idk just my opinion
- Omission of the roof skylights/windows is confirmed in the first picture below
- The hanging ceiling lights are preserved... but why leave empty spaces between the ceiling lights? Now they seem to be separated into larger squares, instead of uniformally distributed
- 6/1 was supposed to be the groundbreaking ceremony, but I think they are postponing it due to COVID-19
I dont own any of these pictures, they are from https://www.rsh-p.com/projects/taoyuan-airport-t3/
Hi man, thank you for displaying mood board on this thread. I am going to show you some of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners design on Taoyuan Terminal 3.



Here is the layout of Taoyuan Terminal 3.





This image displays the structure of Banyan pillar.





Here is the roof structure. I am not uncertain whether they will include roof windows due to the news report saying that they have ditched skylights. I have watched Taoyuan Terminal 3 YouTube video and I didn’t see any roof windows unfortunately.



Here is an amazing façade.



It seems like haven’t ditched the hanging tubes completely and it still moves.


For more images, please feel to visit Vidal Fernandez Architect website.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTZ-nYz5rCY&t=68s

Last edited by BenH10; Dec 27, 2021 at 12:00 AM.
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Old Posted Apr 11, 2022, 11:16 PM
Edwardilimo Edwardilimo is offline
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I agree with those who think it is unrealistic to invest in this project. But I think when the roof is repaired, some parts will be covered by insurance, and the rest by the state. The design of this airport roof is a bit similar to the layout of my mansion. When I needed roof repairs done, I turned to Frisco Roofing, who did the work quickly and efficiently. What did you think of it?
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