The renovation and expansion of the existing terminal is executed in a red facade, in accordance with the tradition and culture of the Massachusetts capital, for which the prismatic paint called Boston Red is used. Created specifically and exclusively for the project, this paint oscillates with solar incidence, producing different nuances. The building’s boomerang shape acts as an acoustic barrier for communities near the airport. Behind, facing north, three bands rise to different heights, letting light in.
Selected as one of the best buildings of 2023 by Michael J. Lewis, architecture critic of The Wall Street Journal, the building seeks to provide a comfortable experience to the passenger circulating through the airport facilities. These include the new security checkpoint, a large space bathed in natural light and endowed with carefully planned visual connections, and the Great Hall, with its entertainment and lounging areas.