The Turkish Airlines CIP Lounge Has a Circular Motif

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 24, 2012 • References: autoban212 & contemporist
The Turkish Airlines CIP Lounge looks like the home of a hobbit. It boasts a cute circular motif that is present in everything from the sloping ceiling to the rounded doorways and even the spherical carpeting. Thankfully, the airport rooms are not sized for a hobbit as well or else only a very select few would be able to enjoy them.

Conceived by Istanbul-based design studio Autoban, the Turkish Airlines CIP Lounge is located at the Ataturk Airport International Departures in Istanbul. Capable of accommodating 2000 people, it has an airy design that lets in a lot of natural light. This vibe makes the space look even bigger than it actually is. It features resting rooms, a restaurant, tea garden, library, movie theater and more. Stats for Hobbit Home Airports Trending: Older & Average
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