If you’re flying to Tokyo, it doesn’t matter if you land at Haneda or Narita, both can be fairly chaotic. However, perhaps there’s a bit of hope for the latter thanks to the work of Nikken Sekkei, a Japanese architecture studio. The team redid one of the terminals for about half of what it would normally cost. And while they had to get creative to hit that goal, it’s still functional and sharp. Terminal 3, which is used exclusively for low-cost carriers, features track and field-esque tracks, no large and expensive electronic signage, and an overall minimal aesthetic. It’s clean and beautiful.