Architecture studio Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has designed a terminal for an airport in Shenzhen, China, that will be arranged around a large covered garden.
The 400,000 square-meter terminal will be an extension to Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport and is designed to handle 31 million visitors a year.
The building will have a streamlined form with an undulating, sweeping roof that emulates the pattern of airflow.
Also it will include a central 10,000-square-metre garden that was designed to act as a "front door" to the city of Shenzhen.
The terminal was developed in collaboration with China Northeast Architectural Design & Research Institute as part of an international competition.