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Kansas City International Airport

A New Terminal

Entro recently designed the signage and wayfinding program for the new terminal at the Kansas City International (KCI) Airport. The goal for the largest infrastructure project in the history of Kansas City is to make the terminal “the most accessible in the world”. Wayfinding is unique in the built environment as it speaks directly to people, setting the tone and giving the building its voice. Signs supplement the intuitive architectural layout using preferred messages, fonts, colors, and pictograms based on community input. Wayfinding signage provides a consistent and common thread throughout the entire facility.
  • Client

    Kansas City Airport Terminal

  • Location

    Kansas City, Missouri

  • Sector

    Airports

  • Discipline

    Wayfinding

  • Architect

    SOM, DRAW Architecture, HJM Architects (KCI Terminal) BNIM (KCI Parking Garage)

  • Photography

    Lucas Blair Simpson (KCI Terminal) Michael Robinson ( KCI Parking Garage)

Parking Can Be Beautiful

The new KCI Airport parking garage provides 6,219 parking stalls over 2.5 million square feet. This stunning structure contributes to a quality passenger experience through clear wayfinding and convenient access to multiple modes of transportation. The Kansas City and regional identity is represented through custom identification signage and art installations resulting from the One Percent for Art Program.

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