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Published: Saturday, September 08, 2007

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Taj Air Hangar

"'We require an aircraft hangar that meets Wyvern standards' was part of the brief that came from the clients", says KPa, the designers of the Taj Air Hangar located at the Mumbai domestic airport.

By: Krishnan Parvez architects

Architecture-Page | Taj Air Hangar by Krishnan Parvez architects (KPa)
Landscaped court from the passenger lounge.

The passenger lounge is housed on one side with an entry into the hangar - for climatic conditions when the passenger has to board the aircraft inside the hangar.

Architecture-Page | Taj Air Hangar by Krishnan Parvez architects (KPa)
Passenger lounge seating.

Architecture-Page | Taj Air Hangar by Krishnan Parvez architects (KPa)
Service stairs.

The maintenance block houses stores and workshops. Separate from the main structure, housed at the rear end of the plot, and buffered with a landscaped court, the service block includes the pump room, electrical substation and stores.

Architecture-Page | Taj Air Hangar by Krishnan Parvez architects (KPa)
Landscape court in the service block.

Credits

  • Text and Photographs by KPa
  • Compiled and Edited by Varun M Ajani

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