Busy transportation buildings need to have access that is reliable and safe. DORMA provides a variety of applications to meet these requirements.
Reports of the demise of the British rail network appear to have been greatly exaggerated. The much maligned railway system is, in fact, developing into a solid foundation for a resurgence in British public transport. And the flagship of this new era is the wonderfully reconstructed station of St Pancras in London. This terminal station, opened in 1868, will in future be the starting point for seven intercity routes. The cost of the station and line: some 18.5 billion, the most money ever invested in the British railway infrastructure.
DXB is ranked the second busiest airport in the world in terms of international passengers according to Airports Council International’s figures (2013). The airport serves more than 125 airlines flying to more than 260 destinations (pax + cargo) across six continents. In February 2014, DXB opened a terminal dedicated to A380 jets therefore increasing its capacity from around 57 million to 75 million.
The new building of the Bodrum International Airport offers space and transparency as well as high ceilings and the optimal use of daylight. It was designed by Tabanlıoglu Architects as a link between the national and international airports and consists of two main structures: the “air side”, a transparent glass and steel linear scaffold to which the planes connect, and the terminal building on the “land side”.
Düsseldorf International is Germany’s third largest airport and the most important hub in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, handling as it does more than 20 million passengers a year. Its homogenous architecture follows a modular floor plan concept that allows the individual terminal sections to be adapted to changing conditions.