Italian company lines Delta Air Lines' U.S. lounges

Delta Air Lines has since last year been expanding its Sky Clubs, exclusive lounges where members have the opportunity to relax and enjoy a range of quality services before a flight or between stopovers.

Exclusive signs

Sicis, strengthened by its presence on U.S. soil through its shoowroom and storage facility in New York, has contributed its products to make the new Delta Sky Clubs even more exclusive. The first collaborations were developed for the Metro Airport in Detroit, Michigan and the International Airport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. At this airport, Sicis provided artistic mosaics for the lounge floors, pixel mosaic and Vetrite slabs for the bar counter.

A unique experience

In April this year, the new Delta Sky Club at Los Angeles International Airport opened, boasting 2,700 square meters divided into various areas dedicated to dining, relaxing or working. Everything was designed to create a unique experience, starting with the Coffee Grotto, a refined corner reminiscent of 1950s-60s Hollywood style dominated by a floral-themed artistic mosaic created in the company's Ravenna workshops. Also in the bathrooms, eight spacious shower enclosures decorated with panels made of Vetrite Gem Glass, the innovative product patented by SICIS that is seeing increasingly widespread development in various areas of design and architecture.

Style and details

Finally, the most recent opening last June at LaGuardia Airport's Terminal C in New York City. The 3,000-square-foot space makes it the network's largest Sky Club. The style and details evoke early 20th-century New York: warm, golden colors, harlequin motifs, and artwork created using different techniques. A view of the New York skyline and the Brooklyn Bridge, was created by Sicis in glass mosaic using pixel technique. So was the polychrome marble floor and the columns and bar counter covered with Vetrite slabs.