Aviation

JFK Delta Sky Club

Delta Sky Club – John F. Kennedy International Airport

  • Services provided: Full architectural and interior design services
  • Project type: New construction
Corgan was selected to design Delta's new Sky Club in JFK International Airport as one component of their Terminal 4 expansion project. The new club, encompassing 25,000 square feet with a seating capacity of over 380 will be the premiere flagship lounge for Delta. Corgan worked closely with Delta during the schematic and design development process to integrate their program requirements. The club design has incorporated Delta’s design standards, and has provided new concepts to further enhance Delta’s distinct new look and brand. The club also features six new shower rooms and two separate spa rooms for the passengers. Another unique feature in the club is a majority of the passenger lounge seating provides full height window views to the outside.  

THE AIRPORT, ELEVATED

The modern airport is a self-contained city. Passengers demand exceptional experiences from approach to departure. Owners and airlines face the growing challenge of balancing real-world constraints of function, constructability, and value while building memorable and positive brand equity.

Corgan is an international leader in airport terminal design. Our drive to create the best client experience brings airports and airlines back to us time after time.

Going above and beyond is our daily mission. Operational-based solutions are conceived with rigor; empathetic, user-experience insights come from deep listening and virtual prototyping. As design solutions marry function and delight, all experiences are elevated.

Corgan exceeds boundaries to solve the world’s greatest aviation challenges with research, design, and devotion to our clients.

 

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Uninterrupted
Operations

We understand scheduling, capacity, material selection and operational challenges. We facilitate consensus across all interested parties to achieve a long-term design solution. The need for uninterrupted operations is unquestionable.