Cathay Pacific's new-look airport lounges will be complemented by new-look seating designed specifically for the airline.
Dubbed the Solo and crafted by CX lounge guru Ilse Crawford, the Solo meshes perfectly with the relaxed residential vibe of Cathay's latest lounges.
The Solo is a rethinking of the Solus workstation which has become a hallmark element of Cathay's previous airport lounges blueprint.
Like its sharply business-minded predecessor, the Solo offers a high-walled nook where travellers can work or relax.
Each seat comes with a side table, reading lamp and a coat hook.
But the plushly padded Solo seats are noticeably more spacious and more comfortable.
The Solo made its debut earlier this month at Cathay Pacific's new Taipei lounge and will soon be added to other new lounges such as Bangkok, Manila and Haneda, along with Vancouver, Heathrow and Hong Kong's The Pier Business Class when those open in 2016.
Singapore Airlines has also invested in bespoke 'productivity pods' for its own new-look lounges.
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