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Architectural drawing of the Flamingo Hilton tower addition (Las Vegas), typical unit plans for the 27th and 28th floors, July 27, 1976
Architectural drawing of the Flamingo Hilton tower addition (Las Vegas), typical unit plans for the 27th and 28th floors, July 27, 1976
TitleArchitectural drawing of the Flamingo Hilton tower addition (Las Vegas), typical unit plans for the 27th and 28th floors, July 27, 1976
Group CreatorRissman & Rissman Associates
DescriptionArchitectural plans for the addition of a tower to the Flamingo in 1976. Reduced sheet. Original material: parchment. Socoloske, Zelner and Associates, structural engineers; Harold L. Epstein and Associates, structural engineers; Bennett/Tepper, mechanical engineers; J. L. Cusick and Associates, electrical engineers.
Individual ContributorBennett/Tepper
Group ContributorSocoloske, Zelner and Associates
Harold L. Epstein and Associates
J. L. Cusick and Associates
SourceDrawing ID: Flamingo 1976 Reduced, Drawing 16A, July 27, 1976
Original CollectionHomer A. Rissman Collection
Original Date1976-07-27
Site Name (standardized)Flamingo Hotel and Casino
Site Street Address3555 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV
Type of Site (AAT)resorts
Drawing Components (AAT)suites (rooms)
interior walls
stories (building divisions)
towers (building divisions)
Drawing Type (AAT)measured drawings
line drawings (drawings)
mechanical drawings (tool-aided drawings)
architectural drawings (visual works)
scale drawings
floor plans
typical floor plans
DC TypeStill Image
Genre (TGM)Design drawings
Languageeng
Is Referenced byhttp://digital.library.unlv.edu/objects/sky/627
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Digital PublisherUniversity of Nevada, Las Vegas University Libraries
Digital CollectionDreaming the Skyline: Resort Architecture and the New Urban Space
Digital IDsky001140
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