The Schiphol Airport Park is now accessible to all airport passengers flying out of Amsterdam's airport. The indoor park features both an immense interior and an outdoor terrace, which can be used when the weather is nice. The indoor park mimics a real outdoor park in almost every way imaginable with plants, trees, flowers, picnic benches, green carpeting and pictures of butterflies mounted to the wall. The Schiphol Airport Park also includes a daily soundtrack of bike bell sounds, animals and children playing.
Passengers waiting for their flight can relax amongst the perfectly designed park while enjoying an organic coffee or snack from the Park Café. Using LED lighting wherever possible, this indoor park receives a few extra brownie points for being equally as environmentally friendly as it is innovative.
The Schiphol Airport Park Allows Passengers to Relax Before Take-Off
1. Indoor Airport Parks - Creating indoor parks within airports provides a unique and relaxing experience for passengers, disrupting the traditional airport environment.
2. Nature-inspired Design - Incorporating natural elements, such as plants and outdoor terraces, into indoor spaces offers an opportunity for innovative and refreshing interior designs.
3. Environmentally Friendly Spaces - Developing indoor parks with sustainable features, such as LED lighting and eco-conscious materials, presents opportunities for disruptive innovation in creating green spaces even in urban areas.
1. Aviation - The aviation industry can explore the concept of indoor airport parks to enhance passenger experience and differentiate themselves from competitors.
2. Hospitality - Hotels and resorts can adopt the idea of indoor parks to create unique and engaging experiences for their guests, incorporating nature into their facilities.
3. Interior Design - Interior designers can embrace the trend of nature-inspired design by incorporating natural elements into indoor spaces, creating aesthetically pleasing environments that promote relaxation and well-being.