It's unfortunate that this ultra-modern looking airport only exists at the simINN Flight Simulation centre in Stuttgart, Germany. Because flying would be considerably more enjoyable if airports looked like they were designed as science fiction movie sets.
Wannabe pilots can book two hour sessions at the simINN, which includes fifteen minutes of pre-briefing before you're handed the controls of a simulated Boeing 737. The facility actually houses two simulators, with the second built into the cockpit of a Learjet 45x whose fuselage extends into the waiting area, cleverly blending in with the interior architecture.
The simulators themselves use a 230 degree wraparound screen to provide realistic visuals wherever the pilot looks, and while neither of them are mounted on moving gimbals, I think the aesthetics of the facility add just as much to the flying experience. [simINN via MyModernMet]