Orlando International Airport – Food Court
- 85,400 sq. ft.
- Associated Architect: Schenkel Shultz Architecture
The OIA Landside Level 3 “Center Court” was the primary focus of an 85,400 sq. ft., $30,000,000 redevelopment of the retail corridor between East and West atriums and North and South retail corridors. Interior design for this 926-seat food court in the center of the terminal between the major gate hubs focused on integrating the airport’s signature “Orlando Experience,” creating a unique rest spot for traveling guests. Ramski & Company developed the palette as an extension of the architecture.
Key materials were terrazzo, teak, maple and limestone. The focal point of the food court is a large cylindrical tropical fish tank and the encircling lounge area. The large-scale teak lounge furniture is unique, comfortable and inviting. The interior designer’s responsibilities included materials selection and development, design detailing, finish and furniture research, specification and detailing, and installation supervision.
Photography by William Garrow Productions, Inc.