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Functional Aesthetic

Functional Aesthetic

The appearance of the interior of the control room at Hong Kong international airport, by Hong Kong studio Design Systems, is no accident or mere aesthetic flight of fancy.

Functional Aesthetic

The special functions of the centre require extremely high technical performance and specification for lightings and sound insulation, hence the scheme, christened Functional Aesthetic, is rooted in function first, eventually making it it become architectural features of the space.

Functional Aesthetic

Lighting is installed on the sides of triangular blocks that form the room’s ceiling, in order to reduce reflections on the workers’ computer screens and walls and furniture in the control room feature perforated extruded-aluminium panels to absorb sound.

Functional Aesthetic

Via Dezeen.

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