The design of airport architecture provides a first impression of a country, with symbolic and comprehensive information, and is an important factor in public perception. Governments and architects have identified airports as a landmark by understanding airport construction as a measure of economic growth. Curtis W. Fentress, a proven architect, demonstrates sustainable architecture reminiscent of a region. In order to understand the contextual features of airport design, characteristics of architecture are extracted after considering concepts, meanings, and factors based on an area's background. Firstly, as an essential part of the architecture process, the natural elements and surrounding environments of the area are assigned to the buildings, offering organic design elements to the airport's construction. Secondly, by imitating or transforming the flow, history and culture of the area, the symbolism of the architecture becomes more prominent. Lastly, the relationship between architecture and the environment is conveyed throughout the building by expressing the unique characteristics and climate of the region. Fentress' airport architecture has become very well known as it is capable of keeping a constant connection between the environment and human beings simply by expressing three main characteristics in the design. The purpose of this study of Curtis W. Fentress' airport architecture is to emphasise the relationship between the design of a building and it's surrounding environment. By applying the contextual factors mentioned above, architecture can be constructed to not only reflect the visual harmony but also the social value of airport design.