Riccardo Rabbiolo

Riccardo Rabbiolo

Roma, IT


IGIA - Indira Gandhi International Airport

Concept Design of the New Terminal 3 in New Delhi. Most of the effort in Designing it has been given to the magnidude of the Arrival Councorse area that within a triangular opening at 45 m. above the Passengers give to them the real indian experience in Landing in the Asian HUB.

The  international Terminal T3 is the eighth largest passenger terminal in the world. Spread across 502,000 sq. m., the terminal is capable of handling 34 million passengers annually. With 168 check-in counters, 78 aerobridges at 48 contact stands, 30 parking bays, 72 immigration counters, 15 X-ray screening areas, duty-free shops, and various other facilities, the terminal is a complete package offered to passengers at any tourist destination. The T3 has India’s first automated parking management and guidance system to its credit, featuring a 7-level car park that can accommodate as many as 4300 cars.

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Status: Built
Location: New Delhi, IN
My Role: Aviation Department Design Leader - HOK Associate Archinet