Air France new business class lounge unveiled
France’s national carrier Air France is unveiling its new business class lounge at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport on June 28, 2012.
The business class lounge has been built at an estimated $16.16 million and has been designed by the famous interior architect Noe Duchfaur Lawrence.
The lounge is opening within the new Satellite S4 building, which is also being inaugurated on June 28, 2012.
The airline in a statement said that the lounge has been built in an area of 3,000 square meters, and has been designed drawing inspiration from natural themes, particularly public parks.
French Consultancy firm Brandimage, which worked in association with interior architect Noe Duchfaur Lawrence, providing details about the design said that in some areas of the lounge a natural palette of ‘green and ochre’ has been applied with a ‘plant-based pointillism’ technique.
According to the airline, the lounge is equipped with a hot meal service, workspaces offering computer stations and digital tablets and a Clarins wellbeing treatment area. The lounge is spacious enough to seat 620 passengers.