Decorative Glass Design for Korean Airlines Revealed by Livinglass Custom Glass in Los Angeles

Decorative Glass Company Livinglass has revealed to the public this week images of its design for the Korean Airlines First Class Lounge using their famous custom glass at Los Angeles International Airport.

The images show a chic, sleek luxury design using massive decorative wall panels and a large decorative glass door made of a special combination of glass and wood.The doors of the First Class lounge were built using a Lavawood Glacier design from the Livinglass LIGHT collection.  The massive doors are made of patterned wood held in between two panels of specially treated glass custom made for the Los Angeles Airport lounge.  The unique materials allow light to shine through the doors and create a powerful impression of the wood inside.The walls of the lounge are covered in decorative wall panels using the Barcode B design from the Livinglass FRESH collection.  Unlike the doors, these wall panels are made from a single pane of non-laminated glass etched with the unique Barcode design.Barcode B features a vertical wall of lines that play with the light in various ways depending on the viewing angle of the observer, giving the walls a truly luxurious feel.

"For Korean Airlines, we really wanted to make something that showed the values of their company," President Brett Lee told the press. "We wanted it to be elegant, strong, and comfortable, and since it was for their First Class Lounge, we gave it a real luxurious touch."

Korean Airlines states that their vision is to be a respected leader in the world airline community and that their mission is to provide excellence in operations, service, and innovation for their customers.  The decorative glass wall panels built by Livinglass reflect these values in the materials and in the design.

Korean Airlines and their First Class customers seem very pleased with the results: a lounge area that relaxes and stimulates the mind at the same time, while communicating the strength, integrity, and capability of the company to satisfy the needs of its customers.

Los Angeles International Airport, or LAX as Angelinos know it, is becoming a key location for new premium and first class lounges, and many airlines are jumping onboard the concept.  Delta Airlines recently opened their Delta One Premium Check-In Lounge at LAX which also features a massive illuminated decorative glass wall from Livinglass.

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Date: 17 November 2015

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