Las Vegas MTG Report: A New Year and New Property at the City Center in Las Vegas, Nevada was a delight to see with my sister for the first time. The City Center is reported to be the largest project designed with a low carbon foot print or a "Green Building". We only visited the main part of ARIA and the Promenade Boutiques, but it was a stunning place to see first hand. Words cannot describe the beauty or the scope of the City Center project so I have for your viewing pleasures some photos for you.
The use of glass for reflections at the City Center project is reminiscent of other large scale projects like the TAJ Mahal in India. It leaves one to see barriers but open the horizons of the mind to see beyond our own limits. In this picture you can see another building with the blues of the sky with wisps of clouds floating by contrasted with tall Bamboo reaching up towards the sky.
The City Center uses natural lighting and large areas of glass to expand your visual and spatial views to only make the City Center project look even larger then it is which totals 78 acres in scope.
The Main Promenade going into the City Center has Three premier artist of out time, a photographer Rodney Lough JR. who is the modern day Ansel Adams, Dale Chihuly’s sculptures, drawings, editions and prints, and the artist Richard MacDonald's sculptures inspired from Cirque DU Soleil. My next post will show some interior pictures that will demonstrate the continuation of the use of light and glass theme which is used throughout the City Center Project.