Ilan and Asaf Ramon International Airport

  • Company/Studio
    Amir Mann, Moshe Zur, Ami Shinar, Orna Zur Architects
  • Lead Designer(s)
    Amir Mann
  • Design Team
    Amir Mann, Moshe Zur, Noam Zevulun, Ori Gat, Shemaya Serfaty, Asaf Mann, Liran Benami
  • Client
    IAA - Israel Airports Authority
  • Credits
    Photos by: Hufton+Crow
  • Prize
    Winner in Architecture/Infrastructures & Transportation
  • Company Profile

Ramon International Airport is Israel’s first civil airport built from scratch (“Greenfield”). Servicing the Red Sea region, it functions as a new international gate to Israel. Ramon Airport features a 3600 m. long Runway and Taxiway, aprons, Air Control Tower and Support Structures, at the center of which is the Terminal. A futuristic desert mirage: the entire airport is unified under one total architectural language, inspired by the desert surrounding, the world of aviation and technology, implementing cutting edge technology and design while maintaining the existing natural surrounding.

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