Foster + Partners to pattern new, tolerable Mexico City airport

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The agreement for an desirous new airfield in Mexico City has been awarded to Pritzker Prize–winning British designer Norman Foster of Foster + Partners. Foster assimilated army with Mexican organisation FR-EE, led by Fernando Romero, son-in-law of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, and NACO (Netherlands Airport Consultants) on a winning submission.

Foster’s group aims to make this a world’s many tolerable airport. The LEED Platinum pattern imagines a building given with innovative systems to collect rainwater and object to furnish energy. Building materials are to be sourced domestically and sustainably wherever possible. Construction will be finished by locals, formulating jobs in a surrounding area.

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