Multicoloured oasis in Copenhagen Airport

May 19, 2021

Travel stress will be long forgotten when you travel to Copenhagen. Terminal 2 of Copenhagen Airport has been transformed into a multicoloured oasis, designed by Aviator Denmark and furnished by Normann Copenhagen.

THE IMPACT OF COLOUR

The airport lounge, Atelier Relaxium, now offers guests unique private or social experiences in a colourful environment. From sunny yellow to deep blue, the lounge has a shade and hue to complement every situation or mood. Let the bright red Rope sofa help you beat your jetlag or let the mesmerising ultramarine Form chair help to soothe your nerves before departure. A great example of the importance and impact of colour!

Copenhagen Airport colours - iVisual
Copenhagen Airport colours - iVisual
Copenhagen Airport colours - iVisual
Copenhagen Airport colours - iVisual
Copenhagen Airport colours - iVisual
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