2010 | airBaltic Riga Airport
International Riga airBaltic Airport Terminal Competition | Riga, Latvia
Author: Martin Klejna, Craig Dunne, Eric Godiveau | Co-Authors: David Palmer, Simon Whelan | Area: 2,500m2 / 29,910sq. ft. | Download Brochure
Estimated Costs: EUR 500,000,000 | $612,000,000 | GBP 392,305,000 | Study: 10/2010 | Awarded - Top 20
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Martin Klejna | Head Architect
Born | 1977, Prague, Czech Republic
Architectural Education | Czech Technical University | École d´Archi Lyon
Qualifications | Ing. arch., ČKA | Intl. Assoc. AIA
Experience | Martin spent his junior years with Erasmus in Lyon and some period in an Ian Bryan Architects. He manages P6PA+Architects Practice since foundation, in Nov. 2003. The office recently expanded to London and New York. Brands P6PA NEW YORK Inc. and P6PA LONDON Ltd. in early to mid 2012, and are both branches of the Prague parent Company.
His particular focus in complex architecture and tireless efforts to achieve this is certainly evident through his works. At the present time he studies more minimalist style concepts and green technologies within a international context. He has drawn on his experiences, and those his multinational workforce to create and develope a portfolio with expansive styles and capabilities. With P6PA he has participated in several competitions, such as Carlsberg and Nordhavnen in Copenhagen, Habiter en Somme in France, AirBaltic airport terminal in Riga, or local ones in Prague Downtown districts.
Craig Dunne | Architectural Technologist
Born | 1984, Wicklow, Ireland
Architectural Education | Dublin Institute of Technology
Qualifications | BSc. Archtiectural Technology
Experience | Craig worked previously in Dublin for CPM Architecture, while conducting private work for Farrelley Design Associates, also in Dublin, and for himself in his home county of Wicklow.
Craig joined in April 2009 and brought his technical and innovative knowledge to the team. He has worked on many projects, from reconstruction of several buildings in the center of Prague, new build development in the suburbs, masterplanning for a large site near Karlovy Vary, extensions in Prague, facade replication in Prague also, competitions for Adream En Somme in France and the AirBaltic airport terminal in Riga, Latvia, among others since his time here. He has also helped in the setting up of P6PA+Architects international partnerships since mid-2010. Since which he has also become the International Business co-ordinator for P6PA+Architects.
Eric Godiveau | Architect
Born | 1984, Angers, France
Architectural education | Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Montpellier | Technische Universität Graz | Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Qualifications | ADE - Architecte Diplomé d'Etat
Experience | Eric followed a concept-focused school of architecture in south France before experimenting design-connected fields in German speaking universities for 2 years. He joined P6PA+Architects in February 2010 and brought a pragmatic sense of design to the team. His varying experiences and interests led him to design such diverse buildings as a spa centre, a chapel, a cabaret as well as housing buildings and villas in Prague. Eric also took part in the Riga Airport competition and has become since 2010 the architectural photographer for P6PA+Architects.