Vir­gin At­lantic Club­house Lounge

Los An­ge­les In­ter­na­tional Air­port

Business Traveler (USA) - - TRIED AND TESTED -

dis­turbed by foot traf­fic, and the flow of the room reaches a static area, al­beit one en­livened by a con­stantly chang­ing video in­stal­la­tion.

Your ex­pe­ri­ence of the de­sign of the lounge is likely to change depend­ing on the time of the day and year. When we were there it was a cloudy day, but rea­son­ably bright. The lounge ceil­ing was cre­ated from a thin plas­tic mem­brane, which stretches from the edges of the room and is an­chored via a re­cessed cir­cu­lar LED-lit sky­light.

The lounge faces north­east which also al­lows for a clever touch in the brushed satin fin­ish cop­per on the Flow Wall, which runs the length of the east side of the lounge. This sub­tle ref­er­ence to the sunset takes place while pas­sen­gers are wait­ing for their late af­ter­noon or evening flight; as the sun sets on the other side of the ter­mi­nal, out of sight,

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