Japan's Narita Airport Is As Minimalistic As It Gets

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In 2015, Japanese architecture studio Nikken Sekkei were asked to design a new, future-proof terminal for low-cost airline travellers at Tokyo's Narita Airport, for half the price of what it would usually cost - not easily done.

Nikken Sekkei opted to leave out got the standard moving walkways and illuminated signs, to cut costs, and chose to replace them with more minimal, aesthetically-pleasing visuals. The running tracks also fit in nicely with the upcoming 2020 Japanese Olympics.

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The following video is in Japanese, but it does give a bit more of an in-depth look into the project if you're after more.