Japanese practice wins competition to design Zurich Airport mixed-use scheme

The £547 million project will serve the airport’s 22 million annual passengers, and includes shops and a hotel

Japanese architects Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop have beaten 90 practices including Zaha Hadid Architects to design a 200,000sq m mixed-use building at Zurich Airport.

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