Air France Lounge 

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Project:

Air France Lounge

Location:

Paris, France

Manufacturers:

Madrix, LED: Schnick-Schnack-Systems GmbH

Distributor:

LedBox Company

Architect:

French design studio Superbien, the agency Tetro and the agency Brandimage

Lighting / Visual Designer:

French design studio Superbien, the agency Tetro and the agency Brandimage

Project Submitted By:

Schnick-Schnack-Systems GmbH

CONCEPT

In January 2018, Air France reopened its lounge in Terminal 2E of Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. The completely redesigned area impresses with its clear design, designer furniture and a focus on privacy and relaxation.

An open kitchen, private saunas and a detox bar are just some of the amenities the lounge has to offer. Initially, 2,180 of a total of 3,200 sq metres will be available to passengers; in a second step in July, new areas will be added.

550 sq metres for well-being Together with the French design studio Superbien, the agency Tetro and the agency Brandimage, Air France has created a calming atmosphere: In the entrance area, a series of screens with soft lighting effects introduce guests to the world of travel. A three-dimensional digital work of art in the centre of the feel-good area attracts attention with changing shapes and colours. A relaxation room allows visitors to the lounge to relax under a ceiling inspired by Aurora Borealis. Lying in peace, the visitor can let light and colour effects affect him/herself.

Our French distributor Ledbox Company was responsible for installation at the lounge area. A total of 320 LED tiles C50 from Schnick-Schnack-Systems were installed in the relaxation room – controlled by a MADRIX KEY professional.

The installation was done in a very short time frame, delivery time was less than two weeks.