Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport is focusing on passengers’ well-being.

Heathrow Airport Terminal 5

Luxury on the go

Terminal 5 is set to destroy all the standard perceptions of airports – confined spaces, a hectic atmosphere, long waits. Instead, passengers can expect light and spacious areas that offer warm hospitality. British Airways’ six lounges pamper passengers with a luxurious quiet area and an exclusive spa. Glazed on all facades and covered by wave-shaped roof, Terminal 5 amazes the around 67 million passengers that pass through it each year with breathtaking architecture and furnishings. Up to 2,500 passengers can enjoy the luxury of a 5-star hotel and the dignified atmosphere of a club in the lounge areas.

The entire Terminal 5 and its bathrooms stand up to stringent design requirements and ecological perspectives, for example with Metris S water-saving mixers from Hansgrohe. Mixers from the Axor Massaud bathroom collection are used in the spa area.

In the first class sector, the hydrotherapy centre pampers passengers with the Lift 2 shower panel.

Location:                   London, United Kingdom
Architect:                   Roger Stirk Harbour and Partners
Interior design:        David Davies, Stuart Baron
Building owner:       BAA Heathrow
Products:                  Axor Massaud 
                                   Metris S 
                                   Lift 2 shower panel

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