| Hong Kong International Airport |
Makes waiting worthwhile
Cathay Pacific‘s 1st Class Lounge at Hong Kong International Airport offers a pleasant break from the hustle and bustle of the airport. Noble furnishings, dividing pillars and ceiling linings in dark wood exude tranquillity. Travellers can retreat there for talks, work undisturbed or await the departure of their flight in a stylish atmosphere.
Hong Kong International Airport is one of the most important airports in Asia. It was designed by star architect Sir Norman Foster. This airport is home base and aviation hub for Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. This airline is known for providing very luxurious lounges. The 1st Class Lounge is located in Terminal 2, where you can also find the so called Sky City – with office complexes, hotels, shops, access to the exhibition grounds and the airport’s underground station.
ADO Lights was responsible for the background lighting. A total of 50 LED Luc mini spots with 10° lenses and 85 LED Luc mini spots with 25° lenses were installed. The dimmable, thumb-sized luminaires have a magnetic fixing and are individually adjustable thanks to their spherical heads. In addition, they were equipped with glare-free attachments so that no guest is blinded.
Architect: Foster + Partners, London/Hong Kong
Lighting planner: Isometrix, London/Hong Kong