Terminal 3 was opened just in time for 2008 Olympics. The building itself covers 2 miles making it one of the largest buildings in the world. The shape is supposed to represent a dragon, being a symbol of bravery and fierceness in China. Architects Foster + Partners managed to create a complex system of organization by painting the ceiling red and yellow colors that the sun reflects off to create organizational patterns for passengers to follow.
Designed by Richard Rogers Partnership, Terminal 4 was revealed in 2006. The colorful wood worked canon ceiling provide a sense of warmth and homeyness to passengers passing by.The terminal was created to handle 35 million passengers a year, is Madrid's bid to become Europe's dominant air-hub.
One of the remaining cast amount of projects by former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad to make Malaysia more competitive with its other Asian countries, KLIA opened in 1998. Designed by Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa. KLIA's style is so weirdly eclectic that you couldn't mistake it for any other airport in the world.