The RS&H-designed Duluth International Airport terminal has been selected as a finalist in the airport category for the annual Architizer A+ Awards, a global competition that honors the best in architecture.
The architecture of the replacement terminal at the airport draws inspiration from local forms, materials, and landscaping that is native to the environment. The design of the landside lobby roof is a metaphor for the waves of Lake Superior. The deep reddish cladding on the service core is symbolic of the steel hulls on the freighters and ships that navigate the Great Lakes. These features and many more create a dynamic first impression to the port city of Duluth and the region.
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