The Buffet at the MGM City Center by LTL Architects

The ceiling is the primary articulated surface in the buffet, integrating lighting systems with material definitions that reinforce designated functional areas. The main ribbons of the ceiling, made of backlit acoustical panels covered in stretched Xorel fabric, are broken to align with the main paths between the dining areas and the service station. Constellations of circular lights cut across the ribbons to become clusters of edge-lit Pyrex tubes in the gaps above the circulation aisles, animating and illuminating the large buffet space.


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