India’s third-busiest airport, Chennai International is the gateway to India’s southern region. Designed by Gensler, Frederic Schwarz Architects and the Creative Group, the project comprises a new domestic terminal, a future international terminal, and a roadway and pedestrian link connecting all four terminals at the airport. Together, the two new terminals will increase the airport’s annual volume by 12 million passengers, twice its current capacity, and offer travelers a modern terminal that is clear and simple to navigate. A new benchmark in resilient design for Asian airports, the terminal’s signature curved roof serves to collect rainwater that is re-used on site, and also allows natural daylight into the innermost sanctions of the airport. Designed to minimize its impact on the environment and provide a healthy atmosphere for passengers, the airport is symbolic of the need for Indian buildings to take a more aggressive approach toward conserving electricity and water.