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Joel Robuchon at the Mansion

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Location:
3799 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV
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Completed: 2006-02
Theme: Parisian Mansion circa 1930
Size (sq. ft.): 9000
Firm(s):
Architect(s):
Owners: MGM Mirage
Contractors: Perini/Madison Joint Venture
Interior designer: Pierre-Yues Architects
Structural engineer: Lochsa Engineering
Electrical engineer: RHR Consulting Engineers
Lighting Designer: Isometrix Lighting & Design
Audio/Visual: ECCS, Inc.
Others on the design team: Culinary Design and Fixtures Inc.
Description: ocated at the MGM GRAND HOTEL & CASINO in Las Vegas, The Joël Robuchon at The Mansion Restaurant and its adjacent sister restaurant Líatelier De Joël Robuchon are the latest offerings of Haute Cuisine from the French celebrity chef. Transforming the restaurants was no easy task. However, their locations between the existing high limit gaming and Critique Du Soleilís Ka Theater allow for a wonderful façade opportunity. In keeping with the Chefís request, Líatelier De Joel Robuchon boasts a modern, clean & sophisticated design, while Joel Robuchon at The Mansion Restaurant is designed as a more intimate space reminiscent of a 1930ís French Residence. This Juxtaposition is continued throughout the 9,000 plus square feet. The restaurant mimics the feel of Paris, where the Líatelier engages a more minimal aesthetic.
Extra Note: AIA Nevada Design Awards (2006) Entry No. B06035, Submission.
UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Form Core Boards, Project Identification Form, Photo Release Form, Intern Compensation Disclaimer Form, Project Entry Form, Exteriors Photos, Site Plan, Floor Plans, Interior Photos and CD

Tyda, David. "City of Light: Recreating the Elan of 1930s Paris." HospitalityDesign, April 2006, 142-145.
Spatially Direct Parent: MGM Grand Hotel/Casino (Renovation 2000)
Spatially Largest Parent: MGM Grand Hotel/Casino (Renovation 2000)