Airports around the world are getting makeovers. In some countries, new ones are being built.
Travelers are excited about that, of course, but so are architects and people who appreciate great design.
In this article from Architectural Record, the Airport Construction Council notes that at least $70 billion is being spent over five years, beginning in 2017, to modernize 50 medium and large U.S. airports.
Most of that money and effort is going toward revamping, expanding or constructing terminals.
Some of the other airports and airport terminal projects featured in this article include Pittsburgh International Airport, Singapore Changi Airport and JFK Airport.
The new Terminal B at LaGuardia Airport is mentioned as well.