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Topic - Bill Hooper
"There's the ability to go swimming at some airports. There's the ability to actually perfect your golf swing at some airports. There is the ability to -- it's not just getting a quick massage on your shoulders -- it's almost really going to a spa in some cases," said Bill Hooper, an architect at global design firm Gensler, which has transformed airport terminals, including San Francisco's Terminal 2, whose abundant natural light, art installations and cool club feel set a new benchmark for contemporary airport design.
"They're actually trying to create the same sort of sanctuary concept for the more casual traveler," Mr. Hooper said.