The Incheon International Airport acts as a sustainable garden rather than a typical travel hub.

Design firm Gensler, in collaboration with HMGY Consortium, has broken ground on Terminal 2 of South Korea's Incheon International Airport. The design for the terminal envisions it as a sustainable mini city within an airport.

The Incheon airport is the country's busiest airport and has been selected the best in the world by Airports Council International for eight consecutive years. When complete, Terminal 2, with its 72 gates and 7.4 million feet of space, will double the airport's size. The project includes a second airport control tower, a train station, parking facilities, and an airside Intra Airport Transit (IAT).

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