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A Playground for Adults Lands in Las Vegas

An adults-only playground has opened at the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas.

The 15,000-square-foot Play Playground encourages guests to switch off from the digital world and interact in a social space. Here, there are no VR, AR, or arcade games—instead there are more than 20 immersive, hands-on games and attractions that encourage real-life interaction.

adults only play playground colorful bar las vegas luxor hotel rainbow corridorBishop Design by Paul Bishop, in collaboration with its sister company Rogue, crafted Play as a visually immersive experience that draws inspiration from Alice in Wonderland, featuring rabbit holes, hidden doors, and secret passageways awash in saturated colors.

Lighting is a key design element that emphasizes visually dynamic features suspended throughout the venue.

Despite the central concept of play and escapism, the design team steered away from childish themes save for a few innuendos and tongue-in-cheek mischief (it is Vegas, after all).

“The Bishop Design team was integral in the ideation of the games themselves,” says Bishop. “[We] had several creative sessions where we were gathering the most extraordinary ideas for attractions. We dissolved the barrier of interior designer—we became game designer and a bit of a psychologist. It wasn’t a normal approach.”

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