What do huge locks of sheep, hundreds of rabbits, business parks, metropolitan parks, leisure parks, high-tech parks have in common with airports? These are the most frequent visitors to airports recently constructed. These are the
new ways of inhabiting an airport and connecting it to its context.
The book presents the transformation of obsolete airields as new productive landscapes. It explores the challenges for the conversion of abandoned, decommissioned and on-hold airports thought the exploration of their life cycles. By exploring the transitory condition, deined as “on-hold,” the book discovers strategies for the transformation of obsolete airields.