Rotorua Airport - Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

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Passengers travelling to and from Rotorua Airport will now arrive at a fully refurbished terminal designed by airport terminal specialist, Tim Mein Architects. The design of the terminal takes inspiration from Rotorua’s landscape, including the surrounding lakes and Mokoia Island.

A combination of timber, concrete, and glass is used across the developments, for a contemporary look that is true to Rotorua Lakes Council’s ‘Wood First’ policy. Abodo’s locally sourced and rapidly renewable eco-timber, including Vulcan Panelling and Screening, was used for the arrivals hall, rental car booths, entries and exits.

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Rotorua Airport - Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

Passengers travelling to and from Rotorua Airport will now arrive at a fully refurbished terminal designed by airport terminal specialist, Tim Mein Architects. The design of the terminal takes inspiration from Rotorua’s landscape, including the surrounding lakes and Mokoia Island.

A combination of timber, concrete, and glass is used across the developments, for a contemporary look that is true to Rotorua Lakes Council’s ‘Wood First’ policy. Abodo’s locally sourced and rapidly renewable eco-timber, including Vulcan Panelling and Screening, was used for the arrivals hall, rental car booths, entries and exits.

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Rotorua Airport - Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

Passengers travelling to and from Rotorua Airport will now arrive at a fully refurbished terminal designed by airport terminal specialist, Tim Mein Architects. The design of the terminal takes inspiration from Rotorua’s landscape, including the surrounding lakes and Mokoia Island.

A combination of timber, concrete, and glass is used across the developments, for a contemporary look that is true to Rotorua Lakes Council’s ‘Wood First’ policy. Abodo’s locally sourced and rapidly renewable eco-timber, including Vulcan Panelling and Screening, was used for the arrivals hall, rental car booths, entries and exits.

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