The Blimbingsari Airport is a domestic airport that serves for more than 110,000 passengers’ flight per day. The airport aims to embody a highly efficient passive design, which is particularly based on a traditional principle with contemporary and large-scale solution. In response to the local climate, the airport is articulated through optimization of building’s opening, overhang, and landscaping, providing passive temperature control through natural ventilation and sun shading. The airport is contested to reflect a context conscious airport building that has been generally side lined by standardization of international style airport. The roofing is shaped as combinations of hipped green roof that allows opening for skylight. As of now, the airport is still being developed for further expansions.