Hello fellow CEO’s!
While sketching a new design for my MLF airport, i’m getting bored of my boarding/waiting area design. Rather than sketching yet another design, i’d ask you, the community, this question:
What are the most efficient, beautiful, and realistic inner terminal design, maximizing space with a lot of seat, shops, and others, while staying slim (~8 large squares)?
(And please include some screenshot, thanks!)
This was a test setup - its very compact.
Shops in the middle, toilet blocks against the baggage bays and dead ends.
Staff rooms in the corners.
This was setup making a length on the wing.
This is a high speed money maker, 7 small stands.
Lots of shops, small room covering.
This was another length setup.
Current experiment, walk-through shops without obstacles, my last setup had a to long walking maze as result, here the distance to pass the shops is very small, but they are forced to pass them.
this my realism Setup
With shops and parks and bathrooms in the middle and seating at the in the “window aera”
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