Inside Out’s Bristol Airport Lounge Project

Airport cafes and bars are used by people whiling away time before a flight and their interiors can be bland and unexciting. However, Bristol airport wanted to break the mould and create an inviting, contemporary space that replicated high-end high street venues.

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Long American bespoke seating units were used throughout the lounge to zone the space and maximise seating.

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The backs were upholstered in distinctive Sunbury Eco Clam and Gondola, and the seats in Zenith Mocha. This palette complements the booth table tops with their wenge finish and retro ribbed aluminium edging.

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Inside Out also created a bespoke Leaner Bar for the project, which was based on CAD drawings put together for the client. This impressive three-metre curved bar has a wenge finish and was paired with hard-wearing Latte Bar Stools to ensure continuity in the colour scheme across the space.

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All Images © Inside Out Contracts 2014

 

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Alys' experience as a furniture designer, along with her in-depth marketing knowledge, makes her uniquely placed to work with the BCFA as the Editor of Design Insider and run her marketing business, Method Communications.
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