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Terminal 4 Singapore Changi Airport

Artificial Lighting & Daylight

SAA Architects (Executive Architect)
Benoy (Design Architect)
Renderings: Benoy
Images: CAG Changi airport group & Benoy

October 2017

Singapore Changi Airport broke ground for the construction of Terminal 4 (T4) on 5 November 2013. To be built on the former Budget Terminal site, T4 will be a two-storey building with a height of 25 meters and a gross floor area of 195,000 square meters. With a planned capacity of 16 million passenger movements a year, T4 will raise Changi Airport’s handling capacity to 82' million a year. The terminal is being designed with the flexibility to meet the operational needs of both full-service and low-cost carriers. T4 was openend end of October 2017.