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9,100 square feet, with seating for 207, the new Cathay Pacific lounge at T4 makes Singapore the eighth airport in the network to open a lounge based on the design template by London-based Studioilse, led by designer Ilse Crawford.

Never mind the white-hot pace of technology: in the check-in area, the lounge brings Cathay Pacific’s new brand design ethos to life with a relaxing home environment, whether you’re working, eating or relaxing before a flight.

‘ The overall feeling of the lounge is of a domestic space – it’s more like a living room than a typical airline lounge,’ says Vallado. The homey feel is evident in the restful colour scheme and warm materials, such as walnut and cherry, bronze and brass, and furniture covered in leather and mohair.

The designer furniture in the main lounge is grouped carefully to allow maximum privacy for individual travellers and easy access to power points. ‘ This also helps to give the impression of a more social, domestic and non-corporate environment,’ says Ellie Chung, assistant manager customer experience – overseas lounge product.

Food offerings include the ever-popular Noodle Bar, which serves laksa noodles – this is Singapore – alongside wonton soup and dan dan noodles.

If work is a necessity, the Bureau has three Apple desktop computers, along with phones and printers.

Opening hours: daily from 4am-1am

位於T4的全新國泰機場貴賓室佔地超過9,100平方呎,設有207個座位,由設計師Ilse Crawford主理的倫敦Studioilse工作室設計,令新加坡成為國泰航點網絡中第八個按照Studioilse設計大綱來設計貴賓室的機場。

讓我們暫且將高速發展的科技擱在一旁——位於登機區的機場貴賓室將國泰全新品牌設計概念實現,不論你想在上機前處理公務、享用餐點還是稍事休息,這裡的環境都會令你感覺賓至如歸。

Vallado表示:「機場貴賓室整體氣氛給人家居空間的感覺,跟一般航空公司的機場貴賓室不同,這裡比較像一個客廳。」貴賓室髹上令人感覺閒適的色調,裝潢物料以胡桃木、櫻桃木、青銅和黃銅為主,家具則以皮革及安哥拉羊毛編織的布料作面料,營造像家一般的溫暖感覺。

主貴賓室的家具設計獨特,佈局更經過細心推敲,確保每位旅客可享受最大私隱之餘,更有使用方便的個人裝置充電插 座。顧客體驗(海外機場貴賓室產品)副經理Ellie Chung表示:「設計有助營造聯誼及家居氣息,減少商業味道。」

餐飲美食則括一直大受歡迎的「風味坊」,因為這裡是新加坡,所以有著名的叻沙供應,以及向來都是熱門之選的雲吞麵和擔擔麵。

如果公務繁忙,「閱覽間」除了設有三部Apple桌上電腦外,亦有電話及打印機供旅客使用。

開放時間:每天清晨4時至晚上1時

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