See The New Air France Lounge Space Designed By Mathieu Lehanneur

See The New Air France Lounge Space Designed By Mathieu Lehanneur ⇒ Recently, Air France‘s business lounge space at the Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport, in Terminal 2E, now named Le Balcon, got a mid-century renovation by interior designer Mathieu Lehanneur.

 


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See The New Air France Lounge Space Designed By Mathieu Lehanneur

See The New Air France Lounge Space Designed By Mathieu Lehanneur

 

Designed by Mathieu Lehanneur, Le Balcon is an architectural breath of fresh air from the chaos of the airport. The curved structure features a golden mirrored ceiling that reflects the movement of passing travellers, while glass screenings offer a glimpse of moving planes on the runway.

 

See The New Air France Lounge Space Designed By Mathieu Lehanneur

See The New Air France Lounge Space Designed By Mathieu Lehanneur

 

The central bar is surrounded by a series of theatrical box seats with a mid-century feel, providing large sofa upholstered in blue velvet, a pedestal table, and the latest connectivity services.

 

 

On the parquet floor, a large LED screen plays an image of the sky that constantly changes throughout the day, imitating the outdoor sky in real time. With a mixture of wood, marble, glass and light, Le Balcon was designed to give a relaxed start to your trip.

 

 

“Flying is to remain motionless in a moving world. It is feeling the cities and clouds slide under one’s feet. I wanted this space to work in the same way – at Le Balcon, one contemplates in silence the incessant movements of the sky and people.” says Lehanneur.

 


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