In a venue the size of the Las Vegas Convention Center (one of the busiest convention centers in the world), the ability to easily navigate your way through food options and quickly return to your event is an important part of the dining experience itself.
BWA revitalized the layout and design of multi-venue food courts in the LVCC’s North Hall, South Food Hall, and the Concourse. Key issues to solve included creating a space where convention goers could select food items from various vendors and pay at one central location, and the means for patrons to circulate, select food, eat, and return to the show quickly, particularly during peak dining times.
BWA designed food and beverage venues, created comfortable and flexible seating arrangements and clear wayfinding indicators, and simplified the main circulation paths for a more intuitive user flow. The result is a more unified design aesthetic that helps users make their way through the dining experience efficiently, while easing the stress of navigating a high traffic/high turnover environment.