San Francisco International Airport will re-open its newly renovated Terminal 2 to the flying public on April 14, but first there will be a media day (April 6th) and a community open house (April 9th.)
For those who can’t attend the open house or who won’t be flying to or from San Francisco on American Airlines or Virgin America – the two airlines that will be using T2 – anytime soon, StuckatTheAirport.com has been offering previews of the terminal.
Part one was about the artwork in SFO’s T2.
That artwork includes a fun piece by Charles Sowers that includes mechanical butterflies.
Elsewhere in the terminal, sound artist Walter Kitundu has installed interactive benches that double as musical instruments.
The wings in one of the birds in Kitundu’s mural can also be played.
Part two of our SFO T2 preview focused on some of the special touches, such as live plants, living-room style furniture, work areas, generous restrooms and those handy water bottle refill stations.
The dining options – which were still under construction when I toured the building – will include: Andale – made-to-order Mexican food
A restaurant/lounge by Cat Cora, one of the Food Network’s Iron Chef judges
Lark Creek Grill
Napa Farms Market
Peets Coffee & Tea and Starbucks
Wakaba Sushi & Noodle
and The Plant Organic and Pinkberry frozen yogurt
Shops will include:
Greetings from San Francisco
Kiehl’s (skin and hair products)
Natalie’s Candy Jar
and a branch of XpresSpa
Here a few more photos of what you’ll see in T2:
Artwork that was been stored away during renovation:
Fun seating – even in the baggage claim area:
And plenty of places to plug in and get to work.