Mikimoto at CityCenter, Las Vegas

Mikimoto at CityCenter, Las Vegas

The "Deep Blue Sea" concept at Mikimoto's retail location inside Crystal's at City Center recalls the natural origins of pearls and the watery depths where they are formed. An eco-friendly approach was in harmony with this naturalistic concept. Sheer silver curtains at the storefront are up-lit with energy-efficient color-shifting LED fixtures programmed in shades of blue to recall the color of the sea. 

Location: Las Vegas, NV
Architect: IIya Corporation of Tokyo, Gensler of Nevada
Awards: IESNA Award of Merit, Cooper SOURCE Award

Mikimoto at CityCenter, Las Vegas

Mikimoto at CityCenter, Las Vegas

The "Deep Blue Sea" concept at Mikimoto's retail location inside Crystal's at City Center recalls the natural origins of pearls and the watery depths where they are formed. An eco-friendly approach was in harmony with this naturalistic concept. Sheer silver curtains at the storefront are up-lit with energy-efficient color-shifting LED fixtures programmed in shades of blue to recall the color of the sea. 

Location: Las Vegas, NV
Architect: IIya Corporation of Tokyo, Gensler of Nevada
Awards: IESNA Award of Merit, Cooper SOURCE Award

Mikimoto at CityCenter, Las Vegas

Mikimoto at CityCenter, Las Vegas

The "Deep Blue Sea" concept at Mikimoto's retail location inside Crystal's at City Center recalls the natural origins of pearls and the watery depths where they are formed. An eco-friendly approach was in harmony with this naturalistic concept. Sheer silver curtains at the storefront are up-lit with energy-efficient color-shifting LED fixtures programmed in shades of blue to recall the color of the sea. 

Location: Las Vegas, NV
Architect: IIya Corporation of Tokyo, Gensler of Nevada
Awards: IESNA Award of Merit, Cooper SOURCE Award

Mikimoto at CityCenter, Las Vegas

Mikimoto at CityCenter, Las Vegas

The "Deep Blue Sea" concept at Mikimoto's retail location inside Crystal's at City Center recalls the natural origins of pearls and the watery depths where they are formed. An eco-friendly approach was in harmony with this naturalistic concept. Sheer silver curtains at the storefront are up-lit with energy-efficient color-shifting LED fixtures programmed in shades of blue to recall the color of the sea. 

Location: Las Vegas, NV
Architect: IIya Corporation of Tokyo, Gensler of Nevada
Awards: IESNA Award of Merit, Cooper SOURCE Award