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Published: Monday, October 02, 2006

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Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse

Images of the city of New York are translated, through a simple yet varied material palette, into a light, playful yet stylish lounge space for Virgin Atlantic airlines by locally based firm SHoP Architects.

By: SHoP Architects PC

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View of the bathroom

The flooring is conceived in deep colored Brazilian Walnut while the Panelite Polymer Series is used for business area dividers. Bisazza tiles are extensively used in the bathrooms that merge innovative design with capturing views onto the runway to create a unique experience for the traveler.

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The lounge at the JFK airport

The lounge provides for all the needs of the traveler, from food and drink, power and digital ports to a soothing pause before the journey thereon.

Credits

  • Text: Courtesy, the architect
  • Photographs by Seong Kwon, courtesy of SHoP Architects
  • Compiled and edited by Varun M. Ajani

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