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Differing from the high-tech image of contemporary airports, San Francesco d'Assisi is assimilated into the Umbrian landscape and has its own recognizable identity. The new airport (4,700 m2) is made up of 8 square-plan pavilions built in reinforced concrete and painted red, has green copper gabled roofs, and features large glass walls. The pavilions are connected by a visible beam structure and sections of glass brick roofing, which allow daylight to pass into the airport. The spaces are illuminated by Cestello-type fixtures of various forms and intensity, fitted with AR111 lights, mounted on the walls, ceiling and integrated into the architecture.

2012

Italy
Perugia
San Francesco D'Assisi Airport
General internal lighting

w/ Arch. G. Aulenti
Photo: O. Artioli