Airport art that's worth the layover

Posted at 8:18 AM, Apr 02, 2016
and last updated 2016-04-02 11:18:47-04

Airport art installations are bigger and better than ever. Here are a few don’t miss experiences:

  • Gallery Toto, Narita International Airport in Tokyo Japan: Here, public toilets are housed in a gallery.
  • Fraley’s Robot Repair Pit, Pittsburgh International Airport: This entertaining storefront turns sad robots into happy ones.
  • Moment Factory, Los Angeles International Airport: This multimedia installation responds to the movements of passersby.
  • Kinetic Rain, Singapore Changi Airport: Raining bronze droplets form a variety of 3-D shapes.
  • Harmonic Convergence, Miami International Airport: A serenade of colors and sounds delights travelers.
  • Bedtime Story Pods, Frankfurt and (coming soon) Munich Airports: Read your kids a bedtime story and send it to them by text or email.


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