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   AIA Nevada Design & Service Awards Archive -> 2003 awards -> Sedona Bar & Grill


NEVADA AIA DESIGN AWARDS 2003
BUILT CATEGORY
Entry number B03020
Project Name: Sedona Bar & Grill
Project Address: I-15 and Flamingo, Las Vegas NV
Building Type: Commercial
Completion Date: June 2003

Design Team
Architect: Carpenter Sellers Associates - W. Rick Sellers, AIA; Michael Del Gatto, RA; Rob Gurdison, AIT and Sheldon Anguay
Civil Engineer: Lochsa Engineering
Client/Owner/Developer: Adam Corrigan
Electrical Engineer: AMEC Infrastructure
General Contractor: Breslin Builders
Interior Designer: Yates Silverman & Carpenter Sellers Associates
Kitchen Design: Lloyd's Restaurant & Bar Supply
Landscape Architect: Netco
Mechanical Engineer: AMEC Infrastructure
Photographer: Opulence Studio & MG Studio
Structural Engineer: Wright Engineers

Design Approach: The design concept was generated from the site's context and the client's desire to name the project Sedona 24/7. The project is located within view of the Red Rock Canyon National Recreational area, which contains geographical features similar to Sedona, Arizona. The designers were inspired by the rhythmic way the moon plays with treescapes and mountain forms of both areas. The design team chose to explore the relationship between music, architecture, nature as well as the client's program requirements.

Material in ASL Library: Entry form/board, project description, site plan, floor plan, photos and cd





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