The international transit lounge at Gander Airport has retained its mid-century Robin Bush seating and Mondrianesque terrazzo floor. Senior curator Rachel Gotlieb from the Gardiner Museum in Toronto says that selecting such modern trimmings for the point-of-entry “was the beginning of a long march to show that Canada was a progressive nation.”  Photo 8 of 13 in 11 Examples of How to Incorporate Traditional Building Materials Into Your Modern Home from Aviation Preservation

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The international transit lounge at Gander Airport in Newfoundland, Canada, has a custom terrazzo floor, which was common in midcentury buildings in North America.

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