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MGM Cotai

MGM Cotai

Conceived as a composition of jewel-like boxes, MGM Grand in Cotai, designed to echo the MGM Grand in Macau, uses Chinese decorative motifs and a combination of materials and palettes to distinguish its uses and form and bring an original and exciting complex to the region.

Its location, on an elongated site, informed the structure of the building, generating an overlapping of forms to create a gentle curvature. This sinuous form of the building, flowing from the north- and south-east creates a natural confluence towards the main entrance/drop off, drawing people from the north, east and south.

The whole complex comprises of nine ‘boxes’ rising up, accommodating VIP suites, gaming rooms and a spa accessed from the main entrance, and a two-story podium housing pavilions, villas, gardens and services areas. Views through the building and between the ‘boxes’, break down the generous volumes but also serve to endow a sense of grandeur to the site and enhance visitor experience.

A generous arc defines the drop off area, with two portico-like structures, for the main and VIP entrance, denoting the lobbies which serve two lift cores that unite the boxes as two towers. Beyond the lobbies a generous atrium forms the spatial heart of the building while to the south elaborate spaces welcome the VIP and separate entrances to the north and south provide additional podium access.

Location

Macau

Client

MGM Resorts International

Team

Wong & Tung (Associate Architect), Rockwell Group (Interior Designer)

Type

Hospitality, Retail

Size

280,000 m2 / 3,013,900 ft2

Units

1,400 Rooms

Awards

入围-新建筑类别:已完成的项目-商业建筑(2019年HKGBC和PGBC绿色建筑奖),第一名(2018年Emporis摩天大楼奖),最佳通用设计开发/最佳当代酒店建筑设计/最佳综合酒店度假村/最佳酒店建筑设计(2017年亚洲房地产大奖)
Spectacle 2013
Detail 2013
Overview 2013

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Project Type:Hospitality
Project Location:Asia Pacific