Is This A Wynn Palace VIP Lobby?
Design firm Bukhari Design Studio, collaborators with Wynn Resorts on multiple projects in the U.S. and Macau, have posted a curious rendering in their portfolio gallery that contains a clue that this may very well be a conceptual rendering of the forthcoming Wynn Palace property coming to Cotai, Macau.
Big huge props to VT superfriend stevecovington for the thoroughly incredible detective work.
Take a closer look and you'll see why this is Wynn Palace. Here's a hint. Ok, four hints.
Jackpot is right behind the registration desk. Four vases = four registration areas, mass market, junket, VIP, whales.
Like the carpet that Jeff Lebowski's room (and life) together and the painting that inspired Wynn Las Vegas and Encore, so does this quartet of 18th century porcelain vases Wynn purchased for $12.8m dollars in 2011.
The carpet, the colors, the prints, the moulding, the everything.
And there's feng shui... when checking in, you walk through the Chinese symbol for prosperity radiated from the lower corners of a new piece from the Roger Thomas Collection.
And there's tassels.
Macau really is a thoroughly fascinating place. It looks like Vegas, feels like Vegas, but is draped in Chinese iconography for fortune, luck and prosperity... a strange, magical land of mystical voodoo. There really is no place in the world like it.
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