Delta Launches Sky 360 Lounge

By danielle

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Our friends at GenART hosted a high-flying event at Delta Sky 360, the new 3,800-square-foot temporary lounge built to give a preview of the new Delta in-flight experience. The interior is divided into several low-lit enclaves. The space plays with the elements using photo-panels of sky and clouds, wood flooring and large stacked stone columns flanking the bar area. The party rocked with nine plasma screens, a DJ, computer terminals, a selection of complimentary newspapers and magazines, video projections and elevated areas for dancing. We were invited to relax in the “demo” area that features Delta’s new international BusinessElite® seats which recline into a fully flat position and will be featured on the new 777 aircraft in spring 2008. The event was designed by Maneesh Goyal of MKG Productions.The space looks ‘new millennium mod’ with a series of white seating pods along the front windows and chic white club chairs in the lounge. It’s the kind of place that Mrs. Robinson might meet Jason Bourne for a two-martini lunch. Speaking of martinis, Midnight Sky, the signature cocktail menu created for Delta by nightlife proprietor Rande Gerber, was so good that I found it difficult to “return my drink to it’s upright position!”

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Kyra Taurman with MKG Productions., Annika Schmitz from Delta ,
Nicole Laan from GenART and Maneesh K. Goyal, President and
Founder of MKG Productions.

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