Now Boarding: exhibit about airports at Denver Art Museum

If you find yourself with some time to spend in Denver, then head over to the Denver Art Museum to see Now Boarding: Fentress Architects + the Architecture of Flight, a multi-media exhibition about the past, present and future of airport design on view through through October 7, 2012.

Denver International Airport Passenger Terminal, Denver, Colorado, 1991–95. Photograph of curtainwall (interior). Photograph by Timothy Hursley ©.

Six airports designed by Denver-based Fentress Architects are featured: Denver International Airport, Incheon International Airport in Seoul, South Korea; Seattle-Tacoma International Airport; Norman Mineta San José International Airport, Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina and Los Angeles International Airport.

“Throughout Now Boarding, visitors will see how airport design has been shaped by world events, from the “heroic” era of the early 20th century to the “democratic” era of the ‘70s and ’80s. The final leg of the journey acquaints visitors with the airport of the future.”

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