One Fire Casino worked with I-5 in the past to create a brand new gaming floor design. I-5 was contracted again this year to design and expand the Sports Bar. The new design plan focused on a level of quality that created an impactful space, while keeping the overall décor costs on budget. Some of the elements included an enlarged illuminated signage display for the entry with a custom flame logo element to tie in with the exterior, raised stage area with custom printed mural background, and an extended custom valance and etched metal wall display behind the bar which is able to be seen from the gaming floor and helps to draw guests into the new area.
Archive | December, 2014
Posted on December 31, 2014 by I-5 Design
Posted on December 10, 2014 by I-5 Design
Quil Ceda Casino wanted to turn their unused nightclub area into an venue that could be re-configured for multiple event types! The new plan maximizes the existing space while keeping the area versatile and unique and provides the Casino with a stimulating destination at the property. Visit the QZone Project Page for all the details and to see the before, design and after photos.
Posted on December 4, 2014 by I-5 Design
Have you seen the new remodel for the BSB Restaurant at Muckleshoot Casino? In June of 2012 I-5 Design upgraded the restaurants exterior with new signage, a suspended valance, and a half wall to give the restaurant more privacy from the gaming floor. Muckleshoot Casino now wanted to add an additional bar that would tie in with the overall theme of the existing elements. The newly designed bar adds character to the space with distressed copper countertops and specialty wood finished facing panels and trim. The additional area works together well with the existing renovation and gives customers a sleek sports bar within the property to grab a bite to eat right off of the gaming floor.
See more photos and details on this project on the BSB Bar & Grill project page.