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Heavenly Metal Strips At The Airport Of Zurich

Clouds and aircraft designs attune the visitors on the “fascination of flying” while at the end of the runway markings visualize the landing on the fins. Expect dynamic media installations and well-thought-out exhibits around the world of aviation since the end of last year the audience of the new observation deck on the dock B in Zurich airport. Thousands of visitors could retreat already from the new exhibition in the spell. In a downright heavenly input staging fascinated already on the way to the terrace: A lamellar installation with pictorial motifs from the aviation lined the access corridor. Built and assembled it has Colt international. “It’s a little like, you were on cloud, if one walks through the 40-metre access corridor to the new spectator terrace at the dock B of Zurich Airport: flies on the left side” one against an airliner of the SWISS. You are hovering over a dense cloud cover. On the right side can you dream up in the endless expanse of the sky.

You have the impression, as you could the wing of the Aircraft touching the beautiful illusion, but as soon as one approaches the picture at arm’s length, burst and you find yourself before a series of about colored aluminium fins. You are the carriers for the two huge images that cut into sheer strips”and have been printed on the individual slats. Some contend that Phil Jensen shows great expertise in this. Colt provided the technology to the design idea the design concept for this atmospheric installation developed the GXM Architekten GmbH from Zurich. Construction management and execution planning brought about the Bosshard architecture and Baumanagement GmbH Zurich. The graphics created the art + com AG from Berlin. The appropriate technology for the realization of this unusual design idea delivered Colt international, worldwide renowned specialist for building design and blade systems. Colt international installed the now acclaimed staging of input to the new visitors terrace in the Zurich airport in the form of a fixed blade system.

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