The New Architectural Wisdom of Airports: Ikea, iPads, And Ice Skating Rinks

Take Korea’s Incheon International, for example. Built on top of a landfill 40 miles outside of Seoul, it features its own skating rink, cultural museum, and an assortment of other lavish amenities — all worthy investments for an airport that transported 34 million passengers and 2.5 million tons of cargo last year.