Charles De Gaulle Airport in Paris has transformed several of its halls, with Hunter Douglas Architectural delivering architectural ceilings and wooden wall cladding for two of the projects. After three years of renovation work, Hall L, Terminal 2E now has a new 8,000m 2 of solid wood grid ceiling in matte white lacquer, which was designed and manufactured by Hunter Douglas. The wood wall is also testament to Hunter Douglas’s commitment to quality, with 1,000m 2 of white, delineated and nano-perforated walnut wood planks, finished in clear varnish. In Hall K, Hunter Douglas delivered 1,200m 2 of slatted solid wood ceiling grid in white and brown. The slats are beautifully accentuated by wood veneer, installed as a ribbed system. It also supplied walnut wood wall cladding with nano-perforations.
Share this article