More and more, casinos heed age-old principles of feng shui.
Making the most of out of space
For informed opinions about the new look,, new appeal and revitalized vision of casinos across the globe, Casino Design went straight to the experts—architects, interior designers, engineers, general contractors, landscape professionals and suppliers.
No longer an afterthought, the casino restaurant has become a statement about style, sophistication—and of course, good taste.
Who knew that Sin City would one day blaze a trail for the natural casino environment?
How casinos harnessed the power of retail to keep patrons on property—and happily spending
Financing is still available—at a cost—for quality projects.
No matter how small the casino project, canny planners will exploit the market advantages and build in a strategy for growth
International designers blend luxe, modernism and Vegas-style glitz in China
How Asian players brought good fortune to Las Vegas
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Scott Fisher, managing director of the Innovation Group, weighs in on the Asian casino market, its growth and growing pains.
Tom Wucherer of YWS Architects answered a few quick questions about casino restaurant design.
Where Palazzo has gone, others are quickly following.
With Jason Spillerman, Principal and Co-founder Vibrant Development Group LLC
Resorts World at Sentosa, Sentosa Island, Singapore
Fontainebleau , Las Vegas
Grand Casino Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia
Downstream Casino Resort, West of Joplin, Missouri
Eastside Cannery, Las Vegas
Agua Caliente Casino•Resort•Spa, Rancho Mirage, California
Four Winds Casino Resort, New Buffalo, Michigan
Margaritaville Casino & Resort, Biloxi, Mississippi
MGM Grand at Foxwoods, Foxwoods, Connecticut
Olympic Casino Sunrise, Warsaw, Poland
Revel, Atlantic City
Trump Taj Mahal, Chairman Tower, Atlantic City
Venetian Macao, Macau
While most casino executives would like to think we have moved beyond the "build it and they will come" mentality, it still exists in many jurisdictions.
Investing to attract younger patrons—the coveted 20-to-30-somethings known as Generations X and Y—has brought new revenue and a whole new buzz to the casino industry.
The casinos of yesteryear were usually windowless boxes with all the charm of a Super WalMart. How things have changed
Global Market Strategies
Design As Strategy
Leader of the Pack
Enduring, Useful, Beautiful
Full Speed Ahead
The Personal Touch
A Global Perspective
Furnishing the Casino Environment
The Art of Construction
An Unconventional Approach
Ordinary to Extraordinary
Create + Inspire + Connect
Passion, Creativity, Service
Architecture of Distinction
'Sound Lounge', Réalisations Inc.
Themed Design, Cost of Wisconsin
3-D Visualization, Virtual Sciences, Inc.