When Leo A. Daly was hired to perform a renovation of the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX, along with functional upgrades to improve passenger flows and customer service levels, the firm was responsible for creating an interior representative of the city’s entertainment industry. One of the design’s prominent features is vibrant light behind glass wall panels that extend the length of the arrivals and greeting center. Throughout the day, the lighting behind the Pilkington Profilit™ cast-glass panels from Technical Glass Products alternates between neon colors like the city’s lights. The self-supporting “U”- shape profile of the channels created an interior cavity in which the colored lights were easily set.
LAX, Tom Bradley International Terminal
Los Angeles, CA
Leo A. Daly Architects