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Sushi Roku (Caesars Palace)

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3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV
Completed: 2004-10
Size (sq. ft.): 7000
Contractors: Electrical Engineer: RHR Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Photographer: Opulence Studios
Structural Engineer: Lochsa Engineering
Concept Design: Dodd Mitchell Design
General Contractor: Bentar Development, Inc.
Architectural Elements: Sustainability aspects of Sushi Roku such as material reuse are found at the sushi bar with the use of salvaged walnut for the counter top. Bamboo flooring is used throughout the dining area, which is a rapidly renewable material. Low emitting materials, low VOC paint, was used for painted wall surfaces. Daylight and views are provided from over 75% of occupied space. Sushi Roku is located within % mile of the monorail to provide alternate transportation options and is also a non-smoking restaurant.
Description: To create a restaurant with Japanese influence with a sophisticated feel.

Sushi Roku is meant to have a warm but sophisticated feel. This starts as you decompress down the entry passage. Textures from the micro lam blocks on one wall and Japanese style wood blocks used throughout the restaurant continue the warm feel in the sushi bar dining area. The concrete and plaster of the bar4 area provides a contrast as you enter the main dining room. The main dining room with its raised ceiling is offset by large hanging elements to help keep an intimate feel. Views of Las Vegas Boulevard are clear from most tables to provide your eyes a place to expand.
Award(s) Won:
Extra Note: AIA Nevada Design Awards (2007) Entry No. IE07021, 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

"A Full House: Sin City stacks the deck in designers' favor." By Craig Kellogg. Interior Design v.76 n.3 (2005). ASL File #: GEN 68

Gallery images. [online] Available: Accessed June 23rd, 2005. ASL File#: LAV YWS 22
Spatially Direct Parent: Caesars Palace (1966)
Spatially Largest Parent: Caesars Palace (1966)