The Spanish-Dutch consortium KL AIR, formed by the architects Kaan and Lamela, and the engineering firms ABT and Ineco, are carrying out a new study of the sizing and location of spaces for the new South Terminal of Amsterdam-Schiphol International Airport. The study, following the impact of COVID-19 on the airport’s traffic, is limited to the same plot of land where the previous design was planned, and must consider a phased development of the new terminal, adapted to its future needs.

Ineco’s consultancy work will focus on the sizing of the different areas of the building, the establishment of a concept of operations and the analysis of the requirements that will form the basis of the future design.