On a programming level, the lounge is divided into four zones: the "Come In" entrance, a casual "Help Yourself" bistro, a "Take a Breath" relaxation area and a cozy bar atmosphere named "Cut Loose"
Lounge at Washington International Airport. Warm and welcoming space for all - DesignOnWeb
The Alaska Airlines Flagship Lounge, at SeaTac International Airport is designed by Graham Baba Architects as a warm and welcoming space of refuge for all its guests to relax, work and refuel.
The spaces are loosely separated by a series of oak and woven metal screens and flow together. Each space has its own distinct furnishings, acoustical properties, materials and lighting and each guest is given the opportunity to feel at home
Local manufacturers created custom elements throughout the space, including lights whose shapes resemble jet engines. Alaska Airlines honors the legacy of the West Coast by showcasing local and regional manufacturers and artists and offers guests a connection to the Seattle region.
Photography and Architecture. Details and glimpses to be seen upwards, between lights and shadows through the camera