In designing the General Aviation Terminal at Zagreb Airport, the architect took inspiration from the sky, requesting a ceiling that brought the space closer to the passenger experience in the air.
Connect Two Faraway Places
The concept behind the project for Split Airport evolved from how humans conceive time and space. People are inquisitive three-dimensional beings, and the ability to fly allows us to connect two faraway places, in a relatively short time frame. The motive was to design a space that would resemble a four-dimensional habitat never seen before.
Knauf Ceiling Solutions team worked closely with both the architect and ceiling contractor to transform this vision into a reality. Using a combination of custom METAL Hook-On ceilings, METAL Canopies and METAL Baffles solutions, the end result enhances the shape of the mezzanine and brings the large open space to life.
- Architect: Ivan Vulić, V V - Projekt
- Contractor: Stjepan Posavec, Maksim IV d.o.o.
- Client: Split Airport Ltd.
- Photography Copyright: © Miljenko Hegedić
- Sector: Transport
- Room Type: Terminal / Concourse / Departure Gates
- Materials: Metal