Published on : Wednesday, August 16, 2017
The space has high-quality fixtures and fittings apart from an eclectic mix of off-the-shelf furniture and lighting.
The quirky details and dash of pop colours reflects Virgin Trains brand hallmarks and legendary customer experience.
The station expects major transformation offering the first class passengers to work in comfort with ultra-fast connectivity.
The hand-build infrastructure like the Tom Dixon lights, Magis bar stools and Floss Tab T table lamps star adorns the lounge.
There is a tribute feature wall celebrating Liverpool’s world famous heritage with illustrations by Office Twelve.
Dan Gordon, creative director at Office Twelve said that while the disruption was going on, the concept was designed to create a branded space for Virgin Trains first class passengers. The initial feedback about food and services had been excellent.
Customer information point is well designed having a friendly oasis of calm with cool naturals, bright accents, bespoke lighting and a well illuminated customer service desk.
Since the inception in 1836, the renovation of Liverpool Lime Street is biggest engineering upgrade of the city’s station. It is reported that 20,000 people use the station in the morning and the passenger numbers are expected to double by 2043.
The construction of two new platforms will lead to the closure of Virgin Train’s existing lounge.The new permanent Virgin Trains lounge designed by Office Twelve is set to launch this autumn.