I'm someone who doesn't like airports. Sure- taking a trip is more than a little exciting, but is anyone ever really thrilled to be crammed into a tin can next to a stranger for hours on end? I feel like a lot of airports are the forgotten child of architecture- often inefficient and sterile. I did however find this one quite nice!
Elements that contributed to its success:
Texture wood ceiling
Local materials and motifs
Can you guess where this beautiful building is?