Japan Airline Lounge
Frankfurt Main Airport

office - and administration buildings

 

A new lounge for Japan Airlines was built at the terminal 2 of the Frankfurt International Airport. 
Passengers with waiting time at the airport will find recreation in some modern styled different zones like sakura- & first-class-lounges, VIP lounges, working areas, bar and sanitary facilities in a high technical standard with japanese flair.
mIk architects have been engaged to transform the airline-design that was conceived by british collegues for JAL-lounges worldwide to the specific conditions at the Frankfurt Airport. It has been also a part of the request to do the approval and execution plannings.
 
Client: 
JAL Japan Airline / Takenaka Europe GmbH, Düsseldorf
Planning Services: 
Service phase 3-5
Planning: 
2007
Start of Construction: 
2008
Completion Date: 
2009
Size: 
600 m²
BSE – Building Services Equipment: 
Dönges GmbH, Biebertal
Fire Protection: 
BES AG, Darmstadt
Design: 
G.A. Design International, London
Photography: 
Takenaka GmbH