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UNLV Libraries Main Page -> Architecture Studies Library -> Las Vegas Guides and Collections -> Las Vegas Architects and Buildings Database -> Projects

Fashion Show Mall Renovation & Addition

Photos & Links: Photo 1
Location:
3200 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV
Alternate Name(s):
  • Cloud - Fashion Show Mall
Type(s):
Subtype(s):
Size (sq. ft.): 1785000
Firm(s):
Description: Eight department stores
The Cloud-600 ft long high-tech canopy suspended 180 ft above the ground
Extra Note: “Building the new Fashion Show.” Las Vegas Review Journal Special Promotional Feature 20 October 2002: 1-8. Includes numerous articles, floor plan diagram, and advertisements.

“Cloud Makes Fashion Statement: Technology and Engineering Combine to Create a Dazzling Landmark.” Las Vegas Review-Journal and Las Vegas Sun, 26 October 2003, 2 & 11.

Dixon, Jon Morris 2006 The design of public places Urban Spaces no. 4, 22-24

“Fashion Show.” Altoon + Porter Architects. 2005. [Online]. April 17, 2005. Available: www.altoonporter.com Accessed April 17, 2005.

Gales, David, Phil Crompton, and Richard Russell. “‘Bottom line’ design vantage technology consulting group.” ARCHI-TFECH (Nov./Dec. 2001): 26-32. Includes digital images.

Hagen, Christopher. “The alpha mall.” Fashion Show Magazine (Nov. 2002): 24-29.

Jones, Chris. “Fashion Show in catwalk.” Las Vegas Review Journal 1 November 2001: 1A, 10A. Includes photo and floor plan diagram.

---------------. “Luxury alive in LV.” Las Vegas Review Journal 4 August 2002: 1F, 3F. Includes photo.

“June meeting: project tour – Fashion Show Mall.” AIA Las Vegas Forum (May 2002): 4.

“KHS&S works on the $1.2 billion Fashion Show addition.” Nevada Contractor (Jul. 2002): 20.

“New and notable.” Architecture Las Vegas 1, n.2 (Fall/Winter 2001): 8-10.

“Plaza Adds Sizzle to Strip: Fashion Show is Now Accessible from Las Vegas Boulevard.” Las Vegas Review-Journal & Las Vegas Sun, 26 October 2003, 2.

Padgett, Sonya. “High-tech Great Hall puts fashion into Fashion Show.” Las Vegas Review Journal 1 November 2002: 12A.

Restrepo, John and Maria Guideng. "Real estate market overview." Urban Land. September 2007: 94-104.
Rinella, Heidi Knapp. “New restaurants in expanded mall cater to exotic tastes.” Las Vegas Review Journal 1 November 2002: 9A. Includes Photo.

Roush, Deborah. “Above and Beyond Fashion: Fashion Show Goes Live with its Interactive Icon.” Fashion Show Magazine-supplement to Las Vegas Life, 2003, 30-32.

------------------. “’Cloud’ Hovering Over the Strip’s Biggest Shopping Center.” In Business Las Vegas, 28 March 2003, 8A.

Smith, Hubble. “Cloud set to cover Strip mall.” Las Vegas Review Journal 17 July 2001: 1D & 5D. Includes image.

-----------------. “Stage set for mall.” Las Vegas Review Journal 28 August 2001: 1D & 9D. Includes photo of model.
Smith, Rod. “Having It Both Ways: North Vs South, Whether Money Flows North or South of Fashion Show Mall is Anyone’s Guess.” Las Vegas Review-Journal, 13 October 2002, 33A-34A.

Twardy, Chuck. “A building about itself.” Architecture Las Vegas 1, n.3 (2002): 11-13. Includes renderings.

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Complete Structural Drawings and Details; Plaza Plan and Sections (Architectual). D38

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Fashion Show Mall Cloud Sign – Stuructural Plans and Details. Cloud @ Fashion Show Mall – Mesh Infill System Drawings. D38

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Permit Set Structural Drawings & Details. D39

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Fashion Show Mall Cloud Sign – Spaceframe Strut Layers. D38

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: premiere issue of Fashion Show Magazine with advertisements, articles, and photos of the Fashion Show Mall and its tenants.
Spatially Direct Parent: Fashion Show Mall
Spatially Largest Parent: Fashion Show Mall