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Award-winning international design firm, Ware Malcomb, has announced the completion of their latest project—a new travel plaza developed by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) at the Orlando International Airport in Florida. Ware Malcomb's Miami office was responsible for the architecture and interior design services.
The new travel plaza is 9,000 square feet and is located at the northeast corner of Jeff Fuqua Boulevard and South Park Place, next to Terminal C at the Orlando International Airport. The site includes a 7-Eleven convenience store, gas station, and a food court accommodating a Baja Fresh and Built Burger restaurant.
The exterior design of the building emulates an airport terminal as a steel and glass canopy adorns the front of the building. This aviation concept is then carried out to both sides of the building as they curve up at an angle to resemble airplane wings. Also, the plaza's exterior design features a canopy over the gas station. Ware Malcomb provided additional architectural and design elements within the interior of the building including a large flight board that is incorporated into the food court for the convenience of travelers. Additionally, the new travel plaza is directly connected to an existing cell phone lot designed for drivers picking up travelers from the airport.
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