LAX Airport, Los Angeles.
Design Solutions for Transit Environments
Móz Designs rose to the challenges presented by two large-scale airport projects by creating unique metal architectural features for columns, walls, accents and facades.
Airports and other large-scale public transit hubs present a unique set of traffic and security-related design challenges.
Although often overlooked by specifiers, metal is often the most suitable material for passenger buildings, on account of its durability.
McCarran Airport, Las Vegas
Using a combination of powder coated aluminum and embossed stainless steel, Móz provided 52 round columns and 65 rectangular columns for the recent McCarran Airport renovation in Las Vegas.
The columns which were designed in-house by our computer-aided design (CAD) studio in consultation with the project's architects, are located throughout the interior and exterior of the airport’s check-in area as well as the expansive baggage claim terminal.
The largest round columns were five feet in diameter and 35 feet tall, while the largest rectangular columns were nearly 8 feet wide and 24 feet tall.
LAX Airport, Los Angeles
Móz contributed to the Westfield’s massive redesign of the Los Angeles International Airport by custom fabricating easy-to-assemble stainless steel column covers of varying style, dimension and placement throughout the space. Using premium grade stainless steel coated with a highly durable finish, the custom fabricated round and racetrack style column covers brought a clean and classic look to the LAX Terminal 2 revamp. The pre-formed column sections included all the necessary brackets, angles, trims, clips and easy-to-follow installation instructions.
These easy-to-assemble column solutions are perfect for large-scale projects and offer design teams a number of benefits including CAD details, spec sheets, easy-to-use online request forms, design assistance, value engineering and dedicated customer service.
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