‘Our biggest challenge yet,’ says Heatherwick chief of Singapore airport job

Aerial view of Jewel Changi Airport designed by Moshe Safdie

Arup and Mott MacDonald drafted on to winning team

Designing Singapore’s huge new airport terminal is Heatherwick Studio’s biggest challenge yet, one of the practice’s most senior figures has said.

The scale and ambition of the project to almost double the size of the airport is unprecedented, said Stuart Wood, the longest-serving member of the studio’s design and leadership team.

Heatherwick and US architect KPF have now been confirmed as winners of the global competition to design a fifth terminal for Changi airport.

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