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Rebrand Roundup: Operas, Addison Lee, and JFK

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Base Design – Terminal 4 at JFK Airport

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Originally opened in 1957 and known as International Arrivals Building, Terminal 4 at JFK Airport in New York received a $1.4 billion redevelopment with its new building designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, and is now the only non-airline, privately-operated terminal at JFK. With a recent expansion in 2015 and the endless pursuit of making the process of air travel less mind-numbing, Terminal 4 has introduced an identity designed by the New York office of Base Design. Embracing and reflecting the

 

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