Get the first look inside Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas

Specially designed Gordon Ramsay Steak hard-hats, accented by the logo and Union Jack
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Workers take a break from painting the Union Jack on the ceiling of Gordon Ramsay Steak
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The completed Union Jack on the ceiling of Gordon Ramsay Steak
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Artist Andrey Berezowdky of SWON Design (left) assembling the neon light sculpture that will hang from the ceiling at Gordon Ramsay Steak

Photos have been released that give the first look inside Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas, the celebrated chef and television star’s first Las Vegas restaurant. 

The images reveal the centerpiece of the 7,500 square foot, two-story restaurant: the Union Jack painted on the ceiling and the energy inducing neon sculpture that will hang directly below it.

Gordon Ramsay Steak, designed by EDG Interior Architecture + Design, will be a fresh, high-energy dining environment that playfully transports guests from Paris to London. 

Set within the Paris Las Vegas resort, which is whimsically modeled after the "City of Lights," the restaurant design will celebrate Chef Ramsay and the city of London, where he lives. 

This innovative concept will reflect edgy, exciting and bold designs and will bridge the resort’s Parisian theme with Ramsay’s British heritage.

A large-scale, neon sculpture commissioned by EDG Interior Architecture + Design from Canadian artist Andrey Berezowdky of SWON Design will serve as the figurative heart of the room. 

Representing the energy of Chef Ramsay and inspired by his hand movements while he cooks, the red piece of art will hang just below the enormous Union Jack that makes up the ceiling of the dining room. 

The piece will be 12’ x 12’ x 4’; although, if laid flat, the hand-blown glass tubes would stretch more than 250 feet. 

The piece took more than a month to create—one whole week consisted of only glass blowing—and was shipped from Montreal to Paris Las Vegas in numerous 10 foot sections; it took more than a day to assemble.


Source = Paris Las Vegas
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