The lounge, for Air France, also features walls decorated with tree and leaf motifs.
Long thin lights hang like catkins from the ceiling above tables and chairs in the dining area.
Chairs and sofas for both working and relaxing are arranged in clusters between the paths.
Photography is by Luc Boegly.
Here's a few more details from the designers:
Air France Business Lounge
Brandimage and Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance have designed the new Air France business lounge at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport.
This lounge has been conceived as a harmonious pathway, consisting of sections which are conducive to walking, acting as a prelude to the journey ahead. The architectural concept was inspired by a park and developed around a contemporary reinterpretation of the plant expression. Shapes, materials and colours conjure up nature and the organic world.
The paths are organised and give structure to the lounge like offshoots of a plant: taut lines and curved shapes go hand in hand with the vision and retain privacy without partitioning.
This upmarket lounge, which is over 3,000 sq m, is situated in the new S4 boarding satellite at Paris' Charles de Gaulle.
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