Lounge interior design is completed designed by the architect Erich Gassmann and Tina Aßmann. They have completed designed a contemporary interior design of a lounge which called the VIP WING Lounge located at Munich Airport in Germany.
Lounge Interior Design Review
Erich Gassmann and Tina Aßmann have completed designed a modern contemporary lounge interior design in Munich Airport in Germany which called the VIP WING Lounge. As we know, Munich where the lounge is located, at the heart of Europe, is combines the multifaceted state of Bavaria with the unspoiled countryside and the pulsing life of a modern city.
It is not a contradiction in terms but it is an expression of a special lifestyle, the unmistakable, unique identity of the land and the people whose landscape are characterized by the impressive alpine panorama, mountains and plains, narrow valley and natural rivers capes, between future and tradition.
Skillfully uniting progress and tradition. The VIP lounge is a modern implementation of a special identity. It can be experienced with all the senses: hectically – in the use of native woods, typical Bavarian materials such as loden, felt, leather, and broad oak planks; and visually – with maximum use of daylight, selective views of the famous white and blue Bavarian sky, and the proposed beer garden
As the result of the architect work, an island of peace and tranquility in the turbulent working day, a snatch of holiday between appointments, a perfect work oasis which is equipped with the latest technology, international flair with a Bavarian accent.
Lounge Interior Design Plan
The guests have 1,200 square meters at their disposal in the south wing of terminal 1. This place is consisting of four separately usable suites, a central lounge area with gastronomy, business corner and the separate workrooms, rest area, showers and the changing facilities, an interdenominational prayer room, as well as a smoking corner.
In this lounge, the room is conveys a feeling of the alpine mountain world. The falling and rising room recesses determine the conception of the room. At different levels the requirements on material and workmanship are manifested– from the oak-clad doors with their hand-finished brass fittings, the solid wooden tables carved from a tree trunk, to the sensual experience of the fragrant Swiss pine in the relaxation room.
The traveler is greeted by a typically Bavarian motif in the reception area: a wall of untreated larch shingles covering the rear panel of the reception counter, which is developed out of the dynamically shaped wall.
The primary way from the entrée leads to the bar and a casually furnished area with a bench. From here, one can see into the depths of the lounge with its alcoves and recesses. The casual furnishing in fresh shades of green corresponds with the wool-covered bench and the elegant copper cladding of the rear wall of the bar.
Comfortable leather sofas and armchairs in the second lounge also invite the traveler to linger awhile. Even from the smoking corner opposite, the large glass window provides a view of the runways. Hand-finished tables of solid ash with finger joints represent Bavarian craftsmanship.
In addition to relaxation at the bar or in the suites, the business corners offer a suitable atmosphere for quiet, subdued work and communication. Alcoves cut into the wall, with felt-cushioned niches and solid-oak tables, are equipped with all the necessary connections for the latest means of communication.
Photography © Florian Holzherr, München