Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse Lounge
Los Angeles International Airport
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,