When the Las Vegas Convention Center was first built in the late 1950s, it sported a large, distinctive dome, which resembled a flying saucer. But over the ensuing decades the dome was replaced by a campus of functional but generic convention halls. So when the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority — the public agency that runs the convention center and oversees tourism efforts in the valley — first began looking at a significant renovation in the 2000s, crafting a more iconic visual presence for this key driver of the city’s economy was a priority.
That task fell to
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