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Athens International Airport

Wayfinding strategy and design

We are currently collaborating with Athens International Airport (AIA) in developing a new wayfinding strategy for the airport.  The project includes the main and satellite terminal building, the connecting tunnel, the kerbside areas and adjoining station.

The goal is to create better passenger experiences and improve flows throughout the airport.

We will design a new airport wayfinding strategy including a new directional signage concept to give the airport a more modern appeal.

The special thing about this project, is that we haven’t been brought on because of an ongoing restructure or expansion as is normally the case. Instead, AIA feels that the current wayfinding is no longer supporting their needs, and therefore, they are looking to make improvements. The AIA staff are very excited about the project and we look forward to the cooperation.” Ole Flyvbjerg, Project Manager

The first phase of the project is scheduled to last 4 months, with the option for another 3 months pending final approvement from the AIA team.

Client: Athens International Airport (AIA)
Location: Athens, Greece
Project Period: Ongoing
Team: Nicolai Okkels, Peter Donner, Marco Berends


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